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Lot # Country Scott # Description Condition Cat./Est.
1798 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island - Over 50 stamps on a stockpage, mostly unused and mainly faulty but very useful for studying shades, perforations and printings, includes #7 (10), 8 (5), 10 (9), etc., Scott cat. US$3,100.00 (#4/16) 350.00
1799 PROVINCES New Brunswick Cents Issues - About 40 stamps mint and used, mostly faulty but useful for studying shades and perforations, Scott cat. US$1,600.00 (#6-11) 200.00
1800 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Cents Issues - About 40 stamps mint and used, mostly faulty but useful for studying shades and perforations, Scott cat. US$360.00 (#6-11) 50.00
1801 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island - Selection of ten mint singles including #4, 5, 6, 9 and 11-16, fresh colours, 100.00
1802 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island - Selection of nine mint singles including #4, 5, 6, 9 and 11-15, fresh colours, 90.00
1803 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island Used - Used singles form #5 to #16 complete, F-VF 125.00
1804 PROVINCES Maritime Provinces Selection - Various mint and used stamps, most have flaws but useful nevertheless, 47 stamps in all including scarcer items, high Scott value, 100.00
1805 PROVINCES New Brunswick Cover to Boston - Scott #9, 10 Vermilion, a well centered example tied by grid cancel to orange cover to Boston, mailed from Gagetown Aug. 9, 1867 (clear backstamp), Saint John Aug. 10 transit on front, a lovely cover, Photo (21K) VF 150.00
1806 PROVINCES New Brunswick Cents Issue Covers - Three covers each franked with a 5 green Queen Victoria (Scott #8) and all dated in 1868 after confederation, includes Gagetown to Kingston March 24; Saint John to Alma June 4 with Harvey backstamp; and Campbellton to Lackville March 30, F-VF 150.00
1807 PROVINCES New Brunswick Cents Issue Covers - Three covers each franked with a 5 green Queen Victoria (Scott #8) -- first being inter-provincial Saint John to Lawrencetown, NS Jan. 4, 1862; then Saint John to Hampden Sept. 23, 1861; also Saint John to Newcastle Jan. 7, 1865 F-VF 150.00
1808 PROVINCES New Brunswick Way Office - Orange cover (roughly opened and with stain at corner away from stamp) franked with a 10 Vermilion (Scott #9) mailed from W. O. Washademoak with postmark with handwritten date May 16, 1864, Gagetown and Saint John transits, 125.00
1809 PROVINCES New Brunswick Pence Cover - Scott #1, 3p Red (somewhat faded, close to large margins) tied to July 31, 1858 cover from Bend of Pettitcodiac to HJopewell, Salisbury, Hillsborough and W. O. Hopewell the Hill backstamps, 200.00
1810 PROVINCES PEI Double Weight Local Delivery Charlottetown: 1861 - Folded blue letter sheet, circle dated "Nov 28 1861" (Earliest recorded usage of 'Lehr P7') franked with two Scott #1 (right stamp has faults, left appears to be sound) both are pen cancelled with an "X". Stamps and cover exhibit some toning and cover is creased but well away from the stamps. The legible cancel on the reverse adds a month to the period of use of this uncommon cancel. ex. Mike Salmon. 350.00
1811 PROVINCES PEI Charlottetown to Summerside: 1863 - Entire CDS "Prince Edward Island OCT 28 1863" (Lehr P7) franked with Scott #1a QV (small fault at LR - typical for perf 9) which is tied by a Lehr P136 eight line grid cancel. ex. Mike Salmon Photo (20K) 400.00
1812 PROVINCES Nova Scotia: 1860s - Three album pages with 25 examples of the American Bank Note Co., QV issues, about half with pen cancels and the rest either with dated or "interesting" cancels. Includes a cover mailed domestically from Halifax to Wallace, CDS JA 18 68 and received three days later (double split ring receiver). Condition is mixed. Photo (36K) 225.00
1813 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island Sheet - Scott #6, three pence blue, a complete sheet of thirty stamps, fresh mint and unusually well centered, Photo (99K) 1050.0
1814 PROVINCES Prince Edward Island Sheet - Scott #5, two pence rose, a complete mint sheet of sixty stamps, fresh colour, F-VF NH Photo (55K) 875.00
1815 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Pence Issue on Cover - 3p blue (Scott #2) tied by oval grid cancel to small cover from Truro (double split ring dispatch AP 26 1858), oval Halifax next day receiver, ex Sandy Clarke. Photo (24K) F-VF 275.00
1816 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Pence Issue on Cover - 3p blue (Scott #2) tied by grid cancel to orange cover from Windsor to Noel (Hants County), reduced at left, nice Maitland Co. Hants two part double circle backstamp, ex Sandy Clarke. VGF 150.00
1817 PROVINCES Nova Scotia, Port Hood Stampless Cover - Folded lettersheet originating from Port Hood with "3 Nov 1842" dateline, Halifax receiving "NO 11 1842" and rated "1/8" + "1d" = "1/9" (1d for local delivery), light but clear double circle PORT HOOD "Crown" (JJM Type 75 - very scarce) cancellation in black; soiling along file folds, otherwise Fine 225.00
1818 PROVINCES New Brunswick Stampless - Cover annotated June 17, 1839 and addressed to the Crown Land Office in Fredericton with red receiver postmark on front, town of origin not known but the cover is rated 1N9, which in 1839 would cover a delivery distance between 60 and 100 miles, Photo (23K) F-VF 125.00
1819 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Rate on Cover - Scott #9, 2 Queen Victoria tied by faint Nov 9 1865 Bridgeport postmark to county rate cover, Nov. 10, 1865 Annapolis transit and Clementsport receiver backstamps. F-VF 100.00
1820 PROVINCES Cross-Border Cover USA 1828 to Nova Scotia - Folded Cover datelined 3 March 1828 from Cape Elizabeth, US to Annapolis Nova Scotia, endorsed "with care and speed" and rated 18, on reaching the Maritimes converted to 7d + 4d currency, faint octagonal US postmark in red, an early example from the Dr Sandy Clark collection. Photo (38K) VF 250.00
1821 PROVINCES Nova Scotia County Rate: 1867 - on cover with repaired backflap, franked with NS #9 (2) which is tied by a NS grid to clay colored cover and mailed to Harmony Corner, Annapolis overscripted May 25, 1867 and ??nce Town back stamps. VF APP 75.00
1822 PROVINCES New Brunswick Post Office Stationery - June 3, 1859 blue registered letter receipt with Harvey postmark and signed by the postmaster; also a post-confederation Oct. 8, 1875 receipt with clear Saint John Oct. 8, 1875 postmark, a nice duo. 50.00
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