Lot 1506, Netherlands used collection to 1973, sold for C$1,638

Lot 1506, Netherlands used collection to 1973, sold for C$1,638Lot 1506 Netherlands Fabulous Used Collection to 1973, a very highly complete collection, we only noted one major catalogue number missing for the regular and semi-postal stamps in the whole collection. So, Scott 86 is missing but everything else is there, even the high value items such as complete sets Scott 51-4 (CV $592), 90-101 (CV $889), 104-5 (CV $180), 124-134 (CV $389) and the Legion sheets B144-5a in both MH and used condition (CV $355). Then there are pages of syncopated perfs for regular and semi-postal stamps, the complete air mails including the seagulls C13-4 (CV $140), the postage due missing only a few low-value items, the Cour Internationale de Justice officials and other valuable items not catalogued in Scott: a 1916 Prisoner of war stamp, a complete set of 1894 high value bulk franking stamps and a partial set of telegram stamps. Let’s also mention pages of se-tenant groups from booklets and the semi-postal sheetlets. Quality is very high throughout. Estimate $1,500, sold for C$1,400.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.

Lot 13, Canada 1851 twelve penny black “Scar” die proof, VF, sold for C$7,956

Lot 13, Canada 1851 twelve penny black "Scar" die proof, VF, sold for C$7,956Lot 13 Canada #3TC 1851 12d Queen Victoria Scar Die Proof in Black, on India paper, with large and even margins, very fine. Accompanied by a 2018 Greene Foundation certificate. Rare and seldom offered. Rsv. Unitrade CV$9,000, sold for C$6,800.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.