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Lot 138
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British Columbia & Vancouver Island, 1865, 5¢ Queen Victoria rose, reproduction on card stock (Scott 3F), cut out from Plate IV in Sir John Wilson's 1954 The Royal Philatelic Collection; according to the Vincent Graves Greene Philatelic Research Foundation, there are no known genuine plate proofs of this Vancouver Island stamp, no trace of hingeing, Very Fine, a lovely collateral item for your collection or exhibit, with 2018 Greene Found certificate.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 139
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British Columbia & Vancouver Island, 1865, 10¢ Queen Victoria blue, reproduction on card stock (Scott 4F), neatly removed from The Royal Philatelic Collection (Sir John Wilson, 1952), Plate IV; per the Greene Foundation, this Vancouver Island issue has no known genuine plate proofs, no trace of hingeing, Very Fine, a neat item, with 2018 Greene Found certificate.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 140
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New Brunswick, Tobacco Tax, 1940, Lorraine Cross, 1¢-2¢ full booklet panes (Scott NBT7c, NBT8d), panes with various missing letters printing varieties, 1¢ top missing "S" of Tuberculosis, second missing "E" in New and "C" in Brunswick, third missing "S" of Tuberculosis and "C" of Brunswick, last stamp missing "S" 's and "C" of Tuberculosis, 2¢ third stamp Tobaoco printing error, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 141
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New Brunswick, 1851, 1s bright red violet (Scott 3), red violet shade with very light cancel; close margins, cut to frameline on left side; small surface scuff upper right, nearly Very Fine, with 2018 Greene Found certificate.
Scott $6,500.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
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Lot 142

Newfoundland, 1897, Discovery of Newfoundland complete (Scott 61-74), a lovely set, well margined, brightly colored and sharply printed; gum ranges from barely hinged to hinged, but is complete and otherwise fresh, Very Fine.
SG 66/76; £325 ($420).
Scott $331.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 143

Newfoundland, 1897, 1¢ on 3¢ gray lilac, all 3 surcharge types (Scott 77a), block of 4, a beautifully centered block, the types marked in pencil on the gum (top row both "a", bottom row "b" then "c"), o.g., thoroughly fresh-faced; separated perforation between position. 1 & 3 sensibly hinge-reinforced, nearly Very Fine.
Scott $1,750.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $425.
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Lot 144
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Newfoundland, 1910, Guy Tercentenary complete, lithographed (Scott 87a-97), includes 87b, 88b & 91a, o.g. (87a, 88 & 91 ever hinged), Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $721.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $140.
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Lot 145
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Newfoundland, 1910, Guy issue complete (Scott 87-97, 98-103), the basic lithographed issue, plus the later re-issued engraved values, o.g., the engraved 8¢ and 9¢ never hinged, fresh and clean throughout, Very Fine.
SG 95/105, 111/116; £775 ($1,010).
Scott $1,143.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $225.
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Lot 146
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Newfoundland, 1910, Guy issue (Litho), trial color proofs (Scott 88, 90, 93-95), all but the 10¢ are gummed imperforate singles from the miniature sheets of four (the 2¢ present in black gray and in blue), with pristine never hinged gum and excellent margins; the 10¢ unlisted in NSSC—is a gummed perforated single (hinged), o.g., all never hinged except 10¢, Very Fine, these Guys are real dolls.
Newf. Spec. 82h, 84d, 88d, 89c. Unitrade 88, 90, 93-95.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $400.
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Lot 147
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Newfoundland, 1920, 2¢ on 60¢, doubled surcharge (Scott 126 (footnote)), Henry VII crisply printed on pristine white paper, showing clear doubling of the red "TWO/2/CENTS" surcharge, o.g., nearly Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. TS3a; $790. Unitrade 74E-2; C$1,500 ($1,120).
Scott $1,500.
Estimate $750 - 1,000

These surcharges were required due to a delivery delay of the Trail of the Caribou issue. According to Scott, only 50 Henry VII's were overprinted—with fewer displaying the surcharge doubled
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Realized $750.
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Lot 148
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Newfoundland, 1920, "TWO CENTS" red surcharge on 30¢ slate, unissued color trial (Scott 127 (footnote)), o.g., a lively stamp and surcharge, nicely centered, nearly Very Fine, one of 25 examples known, signed D. & Co.
Newf. Spec. TS4; $1,450. Unitrade 127i; C$1,750 ($1,310).
Scott $1,250.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $650.
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Lot 149
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Newfoundland, 1920, "THREE CENTS" on 6¢ Logging, trial surcharges (Scott 130 (footnote)), a pretty pair, one bearing the surcharge between parallel lines in red, the other in black; nice centering on each (the red perfect), o.g., Very Fine, according to Scott, 25 of each trial surcharge color are known, red surcharge signed "D. & Co."
Newf. Spec. TS1, TS2; $780.
Scott $2,000.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 150
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Newfoundland, 1923-24, 1¢ & 2¢ Pictorial Issue booklet panes (Scott 131a, 132a), crisp color and fresh paper; each pane lightly hinged across third row (other six stamps never hinged); includes two interleaves; 1¢ light horizontal crease across bottom row, Fine to Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. 126a, 127a; $750.
Scott $800.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $400.
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Lot 151
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Newfoundland, 1928, 28¢ St. John's Central Post Office, brown red trial color (Scott 158), a pretty complement to the issued stamp; printed on ungummed, unwatermarked wove with gargantuan margins all around; partial hinge remnant on back noted for accuracy, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $325.
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Lot 152
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Newfoundland, 1929, "THREE CENTS" on 6¢ River Scene, trial surcharge in black (Scott 160 (footnote)), with 3mm between "CENTS" and line below, o.g., lightly hinged, crisp color on fresh paper, nearly Very Fine, one of only 50; Scott notes 100 essays were printed in total, 50 each with 3mm and 5mm spacing.
Unitrade 160ii; C$1,500 ($1,120).
Scott $1,750.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $850.
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Lot 153
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Newfoundland, 1932-37, 1¢ to 3¢ Publicity Issue booklet panes, perf 13½ (Scott 183a-187a), featuring both colors of the 1¢ and 2¢ issues, plus the 3¢; 1¢ gray black and both 2¢ never hinged, 1¢ green hinged, 3¢ appears never hinged; all fresh, clean and sound; includes one interleaf, Fine to Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. 176b, 177e, 178c, 180c, 181e; $290+.
Scott $293.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $250.
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Lot 154
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Newfoundland, 1932, 10¢ Salmon, pale red first stage proof (Scott 193), on ungummed, unwatermarked wove; clear outline of die; ragged left edge from production; "WM" penciled on reverse, Very Fine, a lovely study or exhibition piece.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 155
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Newfoundland, 1932, 14¢ intense black (Scott 194), in issued color on wove, unwatermarked and ungummed, the essay without corner ornaments; two spots of hinge sheen on reverse are of no consequence, Very Fine, a great Newfoundland or topical collateral item.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 156
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Newfoundland, 1933, Gilbert issue, selection of proofs (Scott 212, 214-215, 219-220), a beautiful grouping of the 1¢, 3¢, 4¢, 9¢ and 10¢ values, all ungummed on India; 3¢ showing part of stamp at left, 10¢ a left margin single, all fresh and clean (the 10¢ particularly so); previously hinged, Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. 198, 200-201, 205-206. Unitrade 212, 214-215, 219-220.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $150.
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Lot 157
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Newfoundland, 1933, Gilbert issue, imperforate gummed selection (Scott 213 var, 216 var, 222), in colors as issued; 2¢ single never hinged, 5¢ right margin single very lightly hinged, 15¢ horizontal pair lightly hinged; vibrant color and crisp printing all, Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. 199d, 202c, 208c; $443. Unitrade 213 var, 216 var, 222a.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $300.
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Lot 158

Newfoundland, 1933, 8¢ Gilbert, brownish red (color error) (Scott 218a), o.g., never hinged, eye-catchingly deep color on pristine white paper; wiping flaw at lower left adds to its appeal, Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. 204a; $465 ++. Unitrade 218a; C$1,200 ($900).
Scott $525.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $325.
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Lot 159
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Newfoundland, Airmail, 1922, 15¢ Vickers-Vimy essays, two examples, one brown & black, the other brown & blue, on ungummed perforated stamp paper; black with sheen from a one-time hinge, blue appears never hinged—and is signed, without gum as issued, great colors, registration and centering, Very Fine, a lovely addition to any Newfoundland or Aerophilately collection.
Newf. Spec. TE2, TE3; $280.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $300.
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Lot 160

Newfoundland, Airmail, 1919-33, fresh foursome of flights (Scott C2, C3, C12, C18), a pretty group of iconic Newfoundland Airs: 1919 Trans-Atlantic Air Post, 1921 Air Mail to Halifax, 1932 DO-X Flight and 1933 Balbo; all beautifully fresh and clean, o.g., lightly hinged, Very Fine, book them all in one purchase.
Scott $950.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $350.
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Lot 161
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Newfoundland, Airmail, 1933, Labrador issue, set of proofs (Scott C13-C14, C16-C17), the 5¢, 60¢ and 75¢ values imperforate, without gum as issued, on watermarked paper; the 10¢ not a proof, but an imperforate gummed (never hinged!) variety, all bright and beautiful—and margin copies as well, Very Fine.
Newf. Spec. AM14j, AM15c, AM17e, AM18g; $400+. Unitrade C13-C14, C16-C17.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $400.
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Lot 162

Prince Edward Island, 1861, 2d dull rose (Scott 1), o.g. (sweated and discolored), remarkably centered and fresh-faced; tiny black pinhole at top of head, otherwise Very Fine, with 2018 Greene Found certificate.
Scott $1,100.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $130.
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