Lot 358 Newfoundland #110a 1911 8c Peacock Blue Prince George, a mint never hinged block of four, fresh and very fine. An attractive multiple of this sought after and attractive shade. Unitrade CV$1,250.
Lot 307 British Columbia #BCL48a 1958 50c Law Stamp with Orange Colour Omitted, a used block of four tied to piece of mortgage document by two oval PENTICTON / REGISTRY datestamps (JUL.24.1958), the block has one normal stamp and three with the orange colour omitted. An extremely rare error, with only one sheet of 25 believed to have been printed, and most ideal presented in this way. A must have for any revenue collector and certainly would be a highlight of any collection. van Dam CV$4,500.
Lot 266 Canada #2710b 2014 ($1.00) Burrowing Owl with Yellow Colour Omitted, a mint never hinged single (self adhesive on a backing paper), with yellow inscriptions at top “CANADA 1oo” omitted, extremely fine and rare, the first we have handled. Accompanied by a 2020 Richard Gratton AIEP certificate. Unitrade CV$600.
Lot 581 Canada #46, 47, F2 1893 5c RLS Pair of Registered Covers with 20c and 50c Widow Weeds to Germany, both mailed from Niagara Falls on JUN.28.1893 to Dresden Germany with JUL.10 receivers, through Hamilton JUN.29 and London JUL.8. One cover is franked with a 5c RLS and a 20c, the other with a 5c RLS and a 50c Widow Weeds, all cancelled by the sale Niagara Falls cork. Owner believes the 20c cover to be the earliest known use. A stunning pair of covers, very fine and ex Bob Jamieson. Estimate $3,000.