Lot 162, Canada 1897 ten cent red brown Small Queen, XF NH, sold for $2415

Lot 162, Canada 1897 ten cent red brown Small Queen, XF NH, sold for $2415Lot 162 Canada #45 1897 10c red brown Small Queen, mint never hinged, with bright fresh colour, large margins and extremely fine. Accompanied by a 2013 Greene Foundation certificate. A lovely stamp, difficult to find in this condition. Unitrade CV$2,700, sold for C$2,100 plus buyer’s premium

Lot 562, PEI 1861 two pence dull rose block of four, mint F-VF, sold for $1610

Lot 562, PEI 1861 two pence dull rose block of four, mint F-VF, sold for $1610Lot 562 Prince Edward Island #1 1861 2d dull rose Queen Victoria, Perforated 9, a mint block of four, with full original gum, hinged. Top two are fine with short perfs at top, bottom two are very fine. A scarce multiple. From the Louis Sidney Crosby Collection of Prince Edward Island. Unitrade CV$5,400, sold for C$1,400 plus buyer’s premium.

Lot 551, Nova Scotia 1860 six pence dark green Heraldic bisect on letter to PEI, sold for $2415

Lot 551 Nova Scotia #5a 1860 6d dark green Heraldic Diagonal Bisect on Folded Letter to PEI, mailed from Digby NS on APR.11.1860 (backstamp), through Halifax (APR.13 oval backstamp) and addressed to Muddy Creek, St Eleanors, both located in Lot 17, (APR.20 Prince Edward Island backstamp). The letter inside is dated March 30, 1860. Franked with a bisected dark green 6d, tied on all sides, paying the proper inter-Colonial 3d rate. Accompanied by a 2017 Greene Foundation certificate. From the Louis Sidney Crosby Collection of Prince Edward Island. A very fine cover. Unlisted in The Pence Covers of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick 1851-1860 by Arfken and Firby (2004) and as such likely the only known use of a Nova Scotia bisect on a cover to Prince Edward Island. Unitrade CV$7,000, sold for C$2,100 plus buyer’s premium.