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Sale 1226 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 29 September-1 October, 2020

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Category — Collections & Accumulations - British Guiana thru Canada

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1681
 
British Guiana Collection. 1860-1980, on album pages, unused and used (many stamps present both ways), not only a good representation of the issues of the period, but also several varieties (both listed and unlisted), mixed condition, on our website is a PDF scan of the issues through 1905 only, though the later issues have useful sets and some varieties

E. 1,000-1,500
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1682
 
British Honduras Balance of a Specialized Collection. On album pages and a stockbook, not only a run of unused or used stamps, but nicely augmented with proofs, specimens, errors, varieties, blocks, postal stationery, etc., many items purchased individually at auction, rather than list highlights, we have provided a PDF scan of the entire lot on our website, so we encourage potential bidders to carefully scroll through, condition is slightly mixed, though there are a large number of Fine-Very Fine, particularly in the 20th Century

E. 3,000-4,000
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1683
c
British Honduras Covers. Over 90 covers or cards, pre-stamp to 1940s, earliest is a 1790 ship letter, 19th Century stampless from, to or through Belize, Queen Victoria includes bisect uses and surcharged stamps, various 20th Century commercial uses including a few inbound, used postal stationery and postcards, and more, a varied lot with several better covers

E. 2,000-3,000
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1684
 
British South East Asia Collection. Through the 1980s in a Scott album, much of the value in Hong Kong, with used Queen Victoria issues including duplication, mid-range unused 20th Century, and unused set of the QEII reign, a few better items on auction lot cards, also a solid run of Singapore, some Burma and Malaysia, majority Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot: https://youtu.be/ArXl_yDqnlQ

E. 500-750
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1685
 
Canada Old-Time 19th Century Collection. Offered intact as received, 1852-1868, in an album, with proofs (including the 1851 12p without Specimen, unused and used stamps, varieties, shades, cancels, etc., several scarce unused stamps cataloguing up to a few thousand dollars each, such as 1857 7-1/2p, higher cataloguing used stamps, including Nos. 16, 31 (two) and 33, useful duplication such as eight examples of No. 9, better varieties, with major re-entries on the early stamps and watermarked paper on the Large Queens, cancels includes town markings and ringed numerals, many of which carry high rarity ratings, and there are numerous shade and paper varieties, particularly on the Large Queens, even a corner-margin block of four of the 15c Large Queen Imperforate, mixed condition as expected on such an old-time specialized collection, a PDF scan of the entire collection is on our website, so you can see just how extensive and valuable this collection is

E. 20,000-30,000
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1686
 
Canada and Provinces Collection. To the 1970s in a Scott album, early issues used including No. 1 and 2, other high-cataloguing stamps, some varieties on the Large Queens, starting with the Small Queens there is some unused, Jubilees complete (unused to $1.00, others used), the later issues unused and just about complete, some varieties including imperforate pairs, solid Back-of-Book, Revenues including some Tax Paid, New Brunswick to 1sh, nice run of 20th Century Newfoundland including Air Post (again with some imperforate varieties), 19th Century in mixed quality, majority of 20th Century Fine-Very Fine including some Mint N.H.

Video of lot: https://youtu.be/WEZ5Jg1vi_c

E. 5,000-7,500
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1687
 
Canada Collection. To 1952 in a Scott album, plus several items on sales cards that had not yet been mounted in the album (a fair amount of the value lies in this group), high cataloguing early used stamps, including a four-margined No. 2, some unused starting in 1859, the Jubilees are complete unused, with and additional partial set including the $2.00, useful unused 20th Century, Back-of-Book, Newfoundland and other Provinces, and more, slightly mixed quality on the early issues, much of the later is Fine-Very Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
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1688
 
Canada and Provinces Collection. To the 1950s on album pages, 19th Century mostly used, with some early high-cataloguing stamps and a complete set of the 1897 Jubilee Issue, solid 20th Century that is mainly unused, a good portion of the value is in Provinces, including the 1sh value of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (both with certificates), and a good run of 20th Century Newfoundland, also some unused blocks of Nova Scotia 1860-63 Issue and a few on auction lot cards, early stamps in somewhat mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 4,000-5,000
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1689
 
Canada and Provinces Collection. To 1968 on Scott pages, Canada with some high cataloguing used stamps, such as Nos. 5, 7, 9, and 12, various Large and Small Queens including some unused, complete Jubilee set unused, 20th Century mainly unused and with a high degree of completion including Back-of-Book, nine different stamps from British Columbia, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia each with a One Shilling value, Newfoundland including some early used and unused, and a solid run of 20th Century, also a little Prince Edward Island, condition is somewhat mixed, many Fine-Very Fine, inspection would be useful

E. 4,000-5,000
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1690
 
Canada Mostly Used Collection. To 1951 in a Lindner hingeless album, vast majority of the value in 19th Century, including No. 1 in both shades, varieties of the 3p Beaver, Nos. 5, 7 (unused, part original gum, repaired), 8, 9, 10, 12, a few proofs, Large Queen paper and shade varieties, including unused (regummed) 2c on watermarked paper, Small Queens including No. 37d and some duplication, Jubilees complete including a choice appearing original-gum $5.00 with corner crease, 20th Century well-filled, Back-of-Book, Officials with some duplication of perf initial sets of 1938 Pictorials and 1942-43 War, early stamps mostly with four margins, some small faults, but a large number with Very Fine appearance, accompanied by another album of modern stamps, a few first day covers, and a modest Newfoundland collection

E. 3,000-4,000
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1691
 
Canada and Provinces Collection. To the 1970s in a Scott album, mostly used, starting in the mid-20th Century there is more unused, not only straightforward stamps, but also several covers (including pre-stamp), a specialized group of the 1859 5c Beaver, a few proofs, varieties and multiples, some early high-cataloguing stamps, starting with the Small Queens it is nearly complete (appears to be lacking only the Port Hood provisionals), Back-of-Book including a few Revenue stamps, Provinces features a solid run of mostly unused 20th Century Newfoundland including Air Post issues, somewhat mixed quality, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

Video of lot: https://youtu.be/dxjk0PNn92g

E. 3,000-4,000
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1692
 
Canada Collection. To 1989 in a Scott hingeless album, early stamps mostly used, with higher cataloguing items such as No. 2, 10, 31, and 33 (three), Jubilees complete, including original gum $4.00 and $5.00, later issues mainly unused, various Back-of-Book, a few still on auction lot cards, mixed condition, majority Fine-Very Fine appearance

Video of lot: https://youtu.be/zNZ_wNuXi2U

E. 3,000-4,000
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1693
 
Canada Lot. Hundreds of items on dealer's sales sheets, some early classics, value in turn-of-the-century unused stamps including a $5.00 Jubilee, dollar values of the 20th Century, with some duplication, Back-of-Book includes several elusive O.H.M.S. perfin officials, useful Provinces, some modern including mint sheets, mixed condition, much is Fine-Very Fine, the total catalogue (and retail) value is quite high

E. 3,000-4,000
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1694
 
Canada Used Accumulation. Housed in an album to 1940s, value in duplication which incl. better stamps and issues such as 1903-08 King Edward VII with 28 20c and sixteen 50c, Admiral Issue, few precancels and multiples incl. blocks and strips, some slightly mixed condition but the catalogue value should prove to be high, mostly Fine or better

E. 500-750
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1695
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Canada Mostly Unused Collection. To 1968 in a Davo hingeless album, very little before 1897, includes $1.00 and $3.00 Jubilee, and value in early 20th Century sets, including Back-of-Book, some Mint N.H., a few small faults, mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1696
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Canada Balance. Various stamps individually identified in glassines, group of Booklets that catalogues over C$600.00 in Unitrade, plate blocks, revenues, and more, much Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot: https://youtu.be/FUOL08ngoi4

E. 300-400
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1697
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Canada Unused Collection. Three Davo albums with slipcovers plus loose stamps in stock book and envelope, some modern sheets such as 1978 CAPEX, some souvenir sheets, Fine-Very Fine, the albums are like new and worth our estimate

E. 100-150
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1698
 
Canada Revenue Group. On dealer pages and album pages, the dealer pages contain some higher cataloguing singles such as van Dam Nos. FSC12, FSC23, and FSC30, the album pages contain many tax-paid stamps that are not listed in van Dam, typical mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 500-750
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