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Sale 4066

U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History


Canada




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Lot 7763
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Canada, 1859, Queen Victoria, 1¢ rose (Scott 14), blue target cancels, bright and fresh, F.-V.F. Scott $90+.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 7764
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Canada, 1864, Queen Victoria, 2¢ rose (Scott 20), with barred cancel, V.G.-Fine. Scott $300.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 7765
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Canada, 1870, Small Queen, 1¢ yellow (Scott 35), tied on 1¢ postal card by Winnipeg March 12, 1894 barred-square cancel, addressed Dresden, Germany with London transit & receiving postmarks on front; card with faults not affecting stamps, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $30.
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Lot 7766

Canada, 1897, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 2¢ purple (Scott 68), o.g., lightly hinged, F.-V.F.
SG 144. Scott $40.
Suggested Bid $10.
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Lot 7767

Canada, 1897, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 6¢ brown (Scott 71), o.g., lightly hinged, F.-V.F. Scott $130.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 7768

Canada, 1908, ½¢ Quebec (Scott 96), o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
SG 188. Scott $15.
Suggested Bid $10.
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Lot 7769

Canada, 1908, 5¢ Quebec (Scott 99), o.g., hinged, Very Fine.
SG 191. Scott $75.
Suggested Bid $34.
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Lot 7770
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Canada, 1929-30, King George V "Admiral", 3¢ red, reversed imperforate lithographic essays (Scott 151 var.), right margin pair, o.g., never hinged; light fold affecting right stamp, otherwise Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $300

Prepared by a Dr. Eckerlin of the German firm Herbst & Illig, and presented to the American Bank Note Company in New York, to demonstrate the German firm's new process of rotary intaglio printing claimed to be on par with steel engraving, but much cheaper. They appeared on the market about 1951.

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Lot 7771
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Canada, 1929-30, King George V "Admiral", 3¢ red, reversed imperforate lithographic essays (Scott 151 var.), two singles in disticntive red shades, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $300

Prepared by a Dr. Eckerlin of the German firm Herbst & Illig, and presented to the American Bank Note Company in New York, to demonstrate the German firm's new process of rotary intaglio printing claimed to be on par with steel engraving, but much cheaper. They appeared on the market about 1951.

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Lot 7772

Canada, Registry, 1888, 2¢ rose carmine (Scott F1b), o.g., hinge remnant, bright and fresh with extra wide margins at top, Very Fine. Scott $340.
Suggested Bid $160.
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