VERY FINE AND HANDSOME USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1857 2-PENCE SCARLET VERMILION.
With 2000 Greene Foundation certificate. Scott $7,000.00. SG £7,000. Unitrade C$6,000.00
FINE. A VERY RARE UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THE 1857 6-PENCE SCARLET VERMILION.
We have sold only one other unused copy in the last 30 years.
With 2018 P.F. certificate. Scott $27,000.00. SG £28,000. Unitrade C$12,000.00
FINE APPEARING UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE 1857 ONE-SHILLING SCARLET VERMILION.
Similar to the 1sh Orange, this stamp is notorious for having little or no margins. Unused copies are seldom offered.
With 2019 Gratton certificate. Scott $42,500.00. SG £27,000. Unitrade C$20,000.00
FINE. A RARE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE FAMOUS NEWFOUNDLAND 1919 HAWKER AIR POST. NO MORE THAN 87 UNUSED EXAMPLE CAN EXIST.
This flight famously ended with a controlled crash landing in the ocean after about 13 hours of flying. Postmaster J. A. Robinson of St. John's overprinted 200 stamps for the special flight. No more than 87 unused stamps can still exist, though the actual number of surviving copies is probably quite lower. In addition to these, 95 were used and 18 were defective and subsequently destroyed.
Signed Bloch. With 1968 B.P.A. certificate. Scott $25,000.00. SG £22,000. Unitrade C$20,000.00
VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE 1921 35-CENTS HALIFAX WITH INVERTED OVERPRINT. A RARE NEWFOUNDLAND AIR POST ERROR OF WHICH ONLY 40 WERE PRINTED.
Signed Bloch. With 1981 P.F. certificate. Scott $5,750.00. SG £4,500. Unitrade C$7,500.00
VERY FINE AND IMPORTANT NEWFOUNDLAND AIR POST RARITY. ONLY 230 DE PINEDO STAMPS WERE USED ON FLIGHT COVERS AND 66 PRESENTED TO DE PINEDO AND OFFICIALS. ABOUT 75-100 HAVE SURVIVED.
Signed Oliva. With 1994 B.P.A. certificate. Catalogued as used single. Scott $17,500.00 ($22,500.00 on cover). SG £13,000. Unitrade C$25,000.00 (C$30,000.00 on cover)
VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE 1930 COLUMBIA AIR POST. ESPECIALLY RARE IN NEVER-HINGED CONDITION.
The Newfoundland government overprinted 300 copies of the 36c "Caribou" issue for use on this flight. Only 100 were actually used: 65 from St. John's and 35 from Harbour Grace. After flying 2,650 miles, the plane was forced down at Tresco Island, off the coast of England. The "Columbia" was able to finish the flight, landing at Croydon Airport on October 13.
Signed Sanabria. With 1983 P.F. and 2021 Greene Foundation certificates. Scott $13,000.00. SG £6,000 as hinged. Unitrade C$24,000.00