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Sale 828 — Foreign Stamps and Covers, featuring The Hall Collection

Sale Date — Friday, 15 September, 2000

Category — British North America Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2209
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA & VANCOUVER ISLAND. 1860-69, Four used and one unused stamp, used incl. Nos. 2 (3), 5, 9, unused No. 2, few small faults, all appear Fine-Very Fine

1,055
170
2210
 
NEW BRUNSWICK. 1851-63, Ten mostly used stamps, incl. Nos. 1, 2 and 3, mixed condition, still an interesting and rare group

5,300
500
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2211
 
NEWFOUNDLAND, Pence Issues. 31 mostly used stamps, incl. Nos. 11A (two unused, one used and unused block of four), 15A, 17-23 incl. block of four of No. 21 and strip of three of No. 22, few small faults, most appear Fine-Very Fine

1,867
700
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2212
 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 1857-60, three unused and three used stamps: unused Nos. 11, 15A (2), used Nos. 4, 12 and 13, mixed condition, overall a Fine group

4,875
550
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2213
 
NEWFOUNDLAND, Cents Issues. Four blocks of four, two used and two unused singles, incl. blocks of Nos. 29, 31, 36 and 53, unused Nos. 26, 59, used Nos. 26, 75, few small faults, all appear Fine-Very Fine

1,744
575
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2214
c
NEWFOUNDLAND, Covers. Five, all are colorful cents frankings, incl. Nos. 27 and 32 on blue 1873 cover to Harbour Grace; Nos. 49 and 52 on registered cover; Nos. 56 and 58 on cover to Halifax; Nos. 36, 45 and 61 on 1897 cover to Montreal; last is Nos. 28, 36 and 60 on registered cover to Mass., all appear fresh and Fine-Very Fine, an interesting group

E. 300-400
1,050
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2215
 
NOVA SCOTIA. 1851-63, collection of seven used and six unused stamps, used Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, unused Nos. 8-13, margins vary and mixed condition, some appear Fine-Very Fine

12,300
2,700
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2216
 
PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS. 1861-72, collection of sixteen mostly unused stamps, incl. Nos. 1, 2, used No. 3, few small faults, all appear Fine-Very Fine

2,480
350
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2217
 
CANADA. 1851-1952, comprehensive collection of unused and used stamps on Scott Specialty album pages, incl. used Nos. 2, 4, 4d, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 62, 63, 65, unused incl. Nos. 14, 20, 46, 47, Jubilees complete to $1.00 and also $4.00, Nos. 66-73, 74-84, virtually complete from 1903, some Air Post, Registration incl. F1-F3 unused, also some Officials, some faults especially in the earlier high-catalogue stamps, still overall Fine-Very Fine and interesting collection, Scott Retail approx.

32,000
5,000
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2218
 
CANADA, Balance. 1852-68, Twelve used, one unused and a proof, unused No. 19, used incl. Nos. 4, 4d (2), 20, 27, few small faults, all appear Fine-Very Fine

1,890
425
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2219
 
CANADA, Large & Small Queens. 1868-93, 29 mostly unused stamps, incl. Nos. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 39, 45, some perf 11-1/2 x 12 incl. 36e pair, 37e, 38a, 39b, used incl. laid papers Nos. 31 and 33, some faults, some appear Fine, an interesting and rare group, Scott Retail approx.

11,375
1,600
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2220
 
CANADA, Accumulation. 19th & 20th Century, group of mostly 20th century unused and used stamps, some better sets or blocks incl. blocks of four of Nos. 158-159, few other better, few faults, many are Fine-Very Fine, an interesting and valuable holding

E. 2,000-3,000
4,000
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2221
nh
CANADA, Coils. 1929-43, fifteen Mint N.H. coil strips of four, incl. Nos. 160-161, 178-183, 228-230, 263-267, all are fresh and Fine-Very Fine

976
230
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2222
 
THE MARK D. LARKIN CANADIAN MAP ISSUE COLLECTION. Comprising approx. 1,500 unused and approx. 5,000 used stamps, over 100 covers, 22 proof and essay items, one specimen and one imperforate pair, incl. many specialty items, stamps incl. nine unused sheets (one No. 85 with plate no. 5), many inscription and plate no. blocks incl. No. 86 with plate no. 5, studies of cancels and platings, covers incl. one used on official first day (Dec. 25, 1898) to England, and two prior usages (Dec. 15 and Dec. 22), variety of cancels incl. New Brunswick and P.E.I. grids, one with red cancel, few with flags, most with town circular datestamps, some mixed frankings, incl. Admirals, Jubilee, registry, few to foreign destinations, one cover with major re-entry (Plate 5, Pos. 91), one bisect, proofs incl. trial colors and progressives, few multiples incl. two imprint blocks and one centerline block, imprint block and pair on thick cardboard, essays incl. one of two known 3c Globes from Billig and Rich auction, also incl. few misc. map stamps proofs and essays and his reference material and correspondence, some stamps oxidized as usual, the stamps alone as singles catalogue $70,000.00 in Scott, overall Fine-Very Fine, a true labor of love dedicated to the world's first Christmas stamp

E. 10,000-15,000
22,000
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