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Lot 456

1836, Queenstown, U.C., bold green 11/19/(36) d.c.d.s. on cross border cover to Toronto, letter datelined "Horsham N.Y. September 28, 1836", red Albany, N.Y. with manuscript 18-½ rate, Canadian manuscript 11-½ rate, prior Canadian manuscript crossed out and correct rate applied, Very Fine cover.
Estimate 75 - 100
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Lot 457

1852, Montreal, ½¢ black drop rate with red Montreal 5/12/52 split ring c.d.s., edge tear at top, Very Fine cover and markings.
Estimate 50 - 75
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Lot 458

1852, Beaver, 3d red (4), one cover, one fl, each with single franking; cover with 4 margin single in attractive lighter shade, note nick in left margin only, tied on cover with light wrinkling, to Port Dover, C.W. by indistinct numeral, matching split ring 1855 c.d.s, appropriate backstamps; 1857 outer f.l.s., stamp with margins to slightly in at right, tied on f.l.s. to Guelph by 4 ring numeral 23 handstamp, matching Wiacara, U.C.split ring c.d.s., appropriate backstamps, F-VF covers.
Scott $600
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Lot 459

1852, Beaver, 3d red (4), fresh single, margins to close, tied on cover to Waterdown, C.W. by large grid, matching Hamilton, U.C. 2/15/57 split ring c.d.s., backstamp Waterdown, U.C. 2/7/57 split ring c.d.s, Very Fine cover.
Scott $300
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Lot 460

1852, Beaver, 3p red (4), choice four margin single tied to partial cover front by bold ring cancel, matching Toronto, Canada 4/30/53 c.d.s., rich color and premium stamp, Very Fine.
Scott $200 off cover
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Lot 461

1¢-10¢ 1859 Issue Covers (14-15, 17, 17b), six covers 1¢ (3), all single frankings, include printed circular and two unsealed covers; 5¢ (1) with faulty corner to Aylmer, C.W. Quebec c.d.s. and grids, couple backstamps; 10¢ (2) different shade, single usages, one with small corner fault, otherwise F-VF usages. Unitrade 14-15, 17, 17b.
Scott $1,067
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Lot 462

1859, Beaver, 5¢ vermilion (15), group of six small covers, five single usages + pair to Albion, N.Y. with red "Paid Canada 5 cts." straight-line, all very attractive, includes: "mourning" cover to Hamilton; Greenville 5/18/63 split ring c.d.s.; a few small flaws but overall quite attractive, F-VF.
Scott $280
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Lot 463

1859, 10¢ Violet, Brown (17 a,b), two covers: violet shade tied on cover to Sherbrook L.C. by Montreal 12/25/60 cancel, brown shade, tied on cover to Monson, Mass. by Montreal C.E. 2/15/64 open grid duplex; both very attractive, Very Fine uages.
Scott $450
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Lot 464

1859, Queen Victoria, 12½¢ yellow green (18), typically centered, tied on cover to Dublin, Ireland by Brantford C.W. 3/27/66 grid duplex, vertical docketing at left, backstamped Hamilton split ring c.d.s and Dublin 4/13/66 receiving C.D.S., missing backflap, still F-VV. Unitrade 18.
Scott $250
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Lot 465

1859, Jacques Cartier, 17¢ blue (19), attractive cover to Dublin, Ireland, tied by Montreal, C.E. 7/8/61 split ring duplex, stamp with small perf faults at left, cover missing side flap and part top flap with minor edge repairs, still Fine and very attractive presentable cover.
Scott $400
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Lot 466

1868, Large Queen, 3¢ red (25), five covers, three being single frankings, other two with pairs, one used to N.Y. with right stamp severely cut into, other to New Hampshire and choice, others include registered to Toronto; single with possible 25b thin paper; majority are fresh and attractive, expect a few minor stamp/cover flaws, nice F-VF group. Unitrade 25.
Scott $250+
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Lot 467

1868, Large Queen, 6¢ dark brown (27), two covers, each with single franking: one "mourning" cover to U.S., stamp with face free two ring cancel, probably "41" as evident by St. Maryís C.W. 6/22/70 split ring c.d.s., small clipped corner upper left (probably from opening); other cover to Baltimore, Md., tied by fancy cork, matching Ottawa, C.W.12/17/70 split ring c.d.s., cover with mended tear at top from opening and partial backflap, still attractive and Fine, F-VF usages. Unitrade 27.
Scott $350
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Lot 468

1870-1897, 1/2¢-8¢ Small Queen Issue (34//44), collection of 14 covers on pages, includes: ½¢ (4), all with large multiples, also includes used strip of five off cover; 1¢ (2) covers with strips of three; 3¢ (3), one with illustrated advertising for "1890 St. John, N.B. Annual Exhibition", 5¢ (2) includes one with additional 3¢ paying Registration, other paying 5¢ UPU rate to Germany; 6¢ (1) single paying cross border rate to U.S.; 8¢ (2) paying 8¢ Registration rate, various auxiliary markings, Very Fine grouping.
Estimate 150 - 200
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Lot 469

1882, Small Queen, ½¢ black (34), single use, tied on cover to N.S. by oval grid, printed corner card for "Hall & Fairweather, Saint John, N. B., attractive usage of the 1¢ unsealed circular rate, Very Fine cover.
Scott $250
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Lot 470

1870, 1888 1¢, 3¢ (35,41), both vertical pairs, tied on registered cover to H. E. Deats, Flemington, N.J. by Peter Street, Toronto 2/17/95 grid duplexs, large "R" in oval, manuscript "Registered", appropriate backstamps, also includes article of life of H.E. Deats, known as a world class early collector/dealer, Very Fine cover. Unitrade 35,41.
Estimate 75 - 100
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Lot 471

1893, Registered, Vancouver to England, 3¢ bright vermilion, 5¢ gray (41, 42), an impressive very large registered over franked with 3¢ block of 15 + block of 6, 5c strips of 3 and 5, additional single, paying the rate of $1.20, all tied by "R" ovals and cork cancels, Vancouver 4/8/93 c.d.s, red London Registry oval receiver of 4/25/93 handstamp, appropriate backstamp, cover with usual small flaws/faults for a cover of this size, some edge toning (mostly at left), Fine and scarce cover, overall attractive and a must for the Registry collector.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 472

1885, Registered cover, 3¢ bright vermilion, 6¢ red brown, 2¢ vermilion (41, 43, F2), 3¢ (two singles), all tied on legal sized cover by segmented cork cancels paying the 14c rate, Arthaba Skaville, Que. 5/24/86 c.d.s., large bold "R" in oval, appropriate but indistinct backstamps, one in purple, few edge tears, still F-V appearing.
Estimate 50 - 75
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Lot 473

1893, Queen Victoria "Widow's Weeds", 50¢ deep blue (47), used on piece with 7¢ & 10¢ Edward (92, 94), all tied by multiple purple "Smiths Falls Registered Jan 15 1908" ovals, stamps F-VF, an unusual and attractive combination.
Scott $131
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Lot 474

1897, 1¢-3¢ Jubilee Cover collection (51-53), 19 covers on pages, includes some combinations, single usages, couple attractive registered, some mixed usages with small queens, Victoria "leaf" issues, etc., note several fancy flag cancels, advertising for "Silver Jubilee, Western Fair" couple advertising or corner cards, note cover from stamp dealer with assortment of issues, etc., generally Very Fine, excellent and attractive collection.
Estimate 300 - 400
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Lot 475

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, 5¢ deep blue (54), group of five covers, mostly with various other issues, includes: hand decorated registered cover to England; registered cover to Kansas City with blind embossed corner card; 2¢ & 5¢ Jubilee singles used on 2¢ registered entire; 1¢ & 5¢ Jubilee used on OHMS cover; additional registered cover with purple boxed "Suspected Liable to Customs Duties", also includes carte de visite of QV and other royals, F-V covers, attractive usages.
Estimate 75 - 100
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Lot 476

1897-1907, QV & EVII issues, 40 covers/cards on collector pages, mostly attractive with many better, including: ½¢ (66) strips of four; 1¢ (65) strip of 3; 1¢ (67) single on Canadian Patriotic flag; various advertising, couple fancy flag cancels, mourning cover, several interesting 1898 Imperial Postage issues (85-86), including registered; steamship and Paquet Boat, picture postcards, etc., generally F-VF, many colorful and of interest.
Estimate 400 - 500
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Lot 477

1908 Quebec complete (96-103), tied on legal sized registry cover to Quebec by multiple Berlin, Ont. 7/20/08 c.d.sís (4th day of issue), stamps are just Fine to F-VF, 5¢ light crease from filefold, 15c creased, appropriate registry markings, manuscript notations, missing backflap, appropriate backstamps include "Tor. & Sar M.C.", attractive F-VF early usage cover.
Scott $694 off cover
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Lot 478

1908, 5¢ Quebec (99), on the striking advertising return envelope from the New England Stamp Company, with pair 2¢ Edward (90) Amherst, N.S. 11/23/08 c.d.s.'s,registered handstamp, appropriate backstamps, missing backflap, still Very Fine, a desirable advertising cover.
Estimate 100 - 150
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Lot 479

1¢-10¢ Admirals, group of 10 covers + five cards on collectors pages, includes 1¢ War Tax usage (MR1) on "Singer Sewing Machine" advertising, 1914 multi-colored Canadian National Exhibit card; 1922 illustrated Hotel advertising (on reverse); 1912 Child Welfare slogan on picture postcard; 1913 Quebec Exposition & 1914 Canada National Expo. cards, cover addressed to "Health Specialist Sproule" (responsible for tracking down "Typhoid Mary"), couple attractive advertising and registered usages, etc., generally Very Fine covers/cards.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 480

1937, Registered, Canada to Angola, West Africa (217-225, less 6¢), franked with various contemporaneous GV issues including 1¢-50¢ a few with duplication + 6¢ Airmail (C6, block of 5), paying 10¢ registry rate + 25¢ per half oz., all tied with multiple St. Catharines, Ont. 2/27/35 c.d.s.'s, purple "R. St. Catharines, Ont." boxed handstamp, manuscript "Per S.S. Queen Mary via New York City, N.Y.", multiple appropriate backstamps, including New York transits and West African transit and receiver, Very Fine cover.
Estimate 100 - 150
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Lot 481

1943, Registry Tag From Dawson, Yukon, Franked with $1 Destroyer (262), strip of 3 purple "1943 Registered, Dawson, Yukon" oval, other side of tag with vertical pair of the $1 and a 6¢ airmail (C7), same cancel, scarce usage, Very Fine.
Estimate 100 - 150
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Lot 482

1875, 2¢-5¢ Registered (F1-F2), three registered covers, single usages, one with F1, others F2, and each additionally franked with 3¢ (37), note two illustrated advertising covers, reduced on one side, otherwise F-VF. and attractive usages.
Scott $120
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