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Sale 1169 — The Dr. Paul M. Cere Collection of Semi-Official Air Posts of Canada

Sale Date — Tuesday, 14 November, 2017

Category — Balance Lots

Cat./Est. Value
Semi-Official Air Post Stamp Balance. 30 items including a few multiples, includes Estevan-Winnipeg four singles and one pane of two (some are the wide spacing variety), good value in Patricia Airways, with several in the $200.00-$400.00 catalogue value range, varieties both listed (such as Nos. CL29c, CL42f and CL51e) and unlisted (CL49 pair with partial imperforate between), two examples of the Cherry Red Airline stamp with Specimen overprint, and more, many Mint N.H., a few small flaws but most are Fine-Very Fine, Unitrade value exceeds $6,000.00

E. 1,000-1,500
Balance of the Air Post Semi-Official Covers. Eighteen flown covers, nice range of companies, most are better items, as even the relatively common stamps have uncommon usages (better flights, pilot signed, or a scarce commercial usage), Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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Sale Number 1169, Lot Number 3681, Balance LotsCANADA, Air Post Semi-Official Ephemera, CANADA, Air Post Semi-Official EphemeraCANADA, Air Post Semi-Official Ephemera. July 11, 1929 two-page letter from Post Office Department to George King in London, noting that Patricia Airways and Western Canada Airways have "sticker" privileges, that Patricia Airways is about to discontinue operations, and lists the airmail routes the Post Office uses, letter signed by the Chief of Rural Services, also and advertising brochure from Laurentide Air Service (Winter 1924-1925), and a photocopy of a 1931 letter from Yukon Airways, Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
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