Lot 619, British Columbia 1869 one dollar on three pence green Queen Victoria, VF used with grid cancel

Lot 619, British Columbia 1869 one dollar on three pence green Queen Victoria, VF used with grid cancelLot 619 British Columbia #18 1869 $1 on 3d green Queen Victoria, Perforated 12½, used with neat #35 (Victoria) in grid cancel, with fresh colour and quite well centered for this difficult issue, Dienna expert signature on reverse, very fine. Unitrade CV$1,800.

Lot 256, British Columbia 1866 three pence pale blue on cover, sold for $1322

Lot 256, British Columbia 1866 three pence pale blue on cover, sold for $1322Lot 256 British Columbia #7a 1866 3d pale blue Heraldic on cover, mailed at New Westminster, BC (oval dateless handstamp in blue, properly tying stamp) to Victoria, with a large double circle (in blue also) on back, reading “General Post Office British Columbia” and dated NOV.7.—6. Slightly reduced at right and stains on back, still a scarce cover, with two lovely cancellations and very presentable. Accompanied by a 2015 Greene Foundation certificate. Ex. Ken Kutz (1997) and Jack Wallace (2014). Estimate $1,000, sold for C$1,150 plus buyer’s premium.

2015 V. G. Greene Foundation certificate

Lot 801 — British Columbia 1860 two and a half pence dull rose Victoria imperf, mint

Lot 801Lot 801 British Columbia #1 1860 2 ½d dull rose Queen Victoria Imperforate, Unwatermarked, mint with large part original gum and four large to clear margins. An unusually fresh stamp, with razor sharp impression and rare thus. Accompanied by a 1991 David Brandon certificate and stamp is signed by Herbert Bloch. Unitrade CV$62,500