Canada #FCF1, 1949-1971 25c blue Consular Fee, block of 6 from bottom right corner, mint never hinged, very fine. Light crease on lower right stamp mentioned for the record. Scarce and likely one of the largest known multiples. Van Dam CV $3750
Canada #FB53a, 1868 $2 Queen Victoria Third Bill issue with inverted center, used with light manuscript cancel, fresh colour and pleasantly centered with one missing perf at right, fine. Accompanied by 2009 Richard Gratton AIEP certificate. An attractive example of this world class rarity. Van Dam CV $12,500
Our Auction #5 begins today at 1:00pm EST with 698 lots of Canada and B.N.A. Tomorrow we will call British Commonwealth, Worldwide, and Postal History; Thursday is taken up with Lots and Collections.
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All bidders are encouraged to check our Catalogue Corrections & Updates page for changes and clarifications of lot descriptions. Among other announcements there, we note that Lot 27 (Canada #17b) has been withdrawn, and lots 883 (South Georgia #17-30) and 884 (South Georgia #1-15) are to be identified in the order shown on Stamp Auction Network (they were reversed in the print catalogue).
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