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Lot # Country Scott # Description Condition Cat./Est.
2085 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 (1264K) 400.00
2086 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Stampless Cover - Cross-border letter dated Nov. 9, 1852 from New York to Pictou, endorsed "for Halifax p. Steamer from Boston, rated "8" prepaid covering the 5d rate to Halifax and additional 3d to Pictou, nice "U. States Halifax NO 12 1852" postmark and faint Nov 18, 1852 Pictou receiver, a nice item, ex Sandy Clark VF 250.00
2087 PROVINCES Incoming Cover from U.S.A. - 5 Brown Washington tied to folded cover from Philadelphia to Halifax, endorsed "Steamer from Boston", June 21, 1865 Boston and Halifax June 23 backstamps, a nice cover showing a very late usage of the exchange marking, ex Sandy Clark. 375.00
2088 PROVINCES U.K. Cover Isonomic to Nova Scotia - QV 1p (x2) and 4p Vermilion tied by three "466" numeral grids to folded cover from Liverpool to Halifax June 9, 1866, Halifax June 18 b/s, usual file fold, Fine and scarce 225.00
2089 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Pence Cover - 3p Dark Blue (Scott #3) tied by grid cancel to part cover from Halifax to Truro Feb. 12, 1857, stamp with four nice margins, VF 250.00
2090 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Pence Cover - 3p Bright Blue (#2i), a small margined example tied to a clean cover from Halifax to Truro June 15, 1860, 200.00
2091 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Stampless - Clean folded letter from Yarmouth (red postmark June 20, 1844) to Halifax (black June 28 receiver, rated 11 in black, scarce, VF 100.00
2092 PROVINCES Misdirected Nova Scotia Pence Cover - 3p Dark Blue (Scott #3) with three large margins tied by grid cancel to Nov. 25, 1856 cover from Halifax, it was addressed to Kingston in Kings County but was forwarded instead to Kinston in Kent County before being redirected, several back stamps on reverse as red as a nice W.O.Kingston Kent in red on the front of the cover, a nice item, 400.00
2093 PROVINCES New Brunswick Scarce Way Office Cover - 1857 (January 22) Envelope showing partial but legible W.O. Washademoak / NB dispatch on front with filled-in manuscript date, and large double arc Gagetown NB / PAID handstamp in red over manuscript "Paid 3" sent to Fredericton with Gagetown (JA 26) transit and receiver (JA 27) backstamp, bottom backflap missing, edge wrinkles and soiling, otherwise scarce and appealing. 75.00
2094 PROVINCES 1854 Intraprovincial Cover - February 21 folded blue lettersheet with red double arc dispatch "St. Paschal, C.E." (filled in date) manuscript "3" rate to Little Falls, New Brunswick, readdressed to Fredericton and additional rate "3" (6p to collect) via Edmundston and Woodstock. Attractive redirected and uprated cover, ex. Allan Steinhart. 150.00
2095 PROVINCES Quebec Revenue Stamps on Legal Documents - Untouched old time lot of 15+ legal documents (Sales, Certificate of Search, Wills, Deed of Sale, etc.) with various registration and other Quebec Revenues. F+ 100.00
2096 PROVINCES Early Prince Edward Island Cover - Stampless Folded Letter from Milo Bay, PEI datelined March 2, 1847 and addressed to Philadelphia, usual overall toning, postmarks of Milo Bay; Amherst (NS); Dorchester, St. John and St. Andrew's (NB); and Robbinston (Maine), scarce early usage, F-VF 300.00
2097 PROVINCES Arthur A. Bartlett Letterhead - A lovely fresh example of the engraved letterhead of this famous stamp dealer who operated in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island in the late 1800s, seven stamps are reproduced in full colour at the top (B.C.#7, N.S. #8-9 and 11-13 and finally P.E.I. #7, a seldom seen item today and a lovely collateral item for a Maritime Provinces collection, VF 80.00
2098 PROVINCES Nova Scotia Stampless to England - Early stampless cover from Halifax to London mailed Oct. 27, 1801 with double straight-line Halifax postmark on reverse, nice red seal, rated 3/8, some overall toning as to be expected with a 200 year old cover, ex Sandy Clarke collection, F-VF 225.00
2099 PROVINCES USA Cover with Nova Scotia Rate Marking - Envelope mailed from Boston to New Glasgow June 30, 1867 (the day before Confederation), some foxing on reverse, rated 13 due in Halifax with circular marking in black (8 port charge plus 5 inland charge), the cover is franked with a 5 brown and mailed aboard the ship 'Cuba' and arrived in Halifax (now part of Canada) August 1st, ex Sanderson and Sandy Clarke collections, 350.00
2100 PROVINCES Halifax Exchange Marking 1850 - Cross-Border folded blue cover from Boston to Pictou (via Halifax), rated 1n3, carried on the Cunard ship S. S. Hibernia, lovely clear Ud. States Halifax JY 25 postmark on reverse along with Pictou receiver JY 28, ex Sandy Clarke collection, VF 200.00
2101 PROVINCES Newfoundland Post Cards - Three interesting, unused cards including Ayre and Sons #4139 ( the Narrows) and 1532 ("Fireplug in 18' of snow") a bit curled, and Dicks & Co. #41 (Bonaventure College). 100.00
2102 PROVINCES Newfoundland to Halifax - 1921 - Scott # C3 - normal spacing without period after 1921 on clean cover dated St. John's in Nov. 1921 and received in Halifax Feb. 4, 1922. F-VF 200.00
2103 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, VF 150.00
2104 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
2105 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
2106 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
2107 PROVINCES New Brunswick Pence Cover - 3p Red (Scott #1) tied by "21" numeral grid cancel to blue cover to Moncton, backstamped Newcastle Dec. 2 and Bend of Petticodiac Dec. 4, 1858, stamp =three margined (just in at foot), 200.00
2108 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
2109 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
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