Lot 348, Canada 1857 half cent rose Victoria, XF used, sold for C$1,111

Lot 348, Canada 1857 half cent rose Victoria, XF used, sold for C$1,111Lot 348 Canada #8 1857 ½d Rose Queen Victoria Imperforate, used with socked on the nose MAY.31.1858 Hamilton datestamp, the stamp has four large to huge margins, extremely fine. Accompanied by a 2001 Greene Foundation certificate. A beautiful stamp with an ideal postmark. Rsv. $950. Unitrade CV$1,000, sold for C$950.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.

Lot 637, Canada 1892 Small Queen illustrated advertising cover, VF

Lot 637, Canada 1892 Small Queen illustrated advertising cover, VF
Lot 637, Canada 1892 Small Queen illustrated advertising cover, VF (back)Lot 637 Canada #35 1892 Small Queen Illustrated Advertising Cover, a yellow cover mailed DEC.14.1892 from the Merchant’s Protective Collecting Association in Hamilton to Montreal, handstamped “NOT FOUND / RETURN / TO / WRITER” and returned to Hamilton on JAN.5.1893. The cover depicts a large eye. Open on two sides and ex. Ron Brigham (with his red handstamp on back), very fine, with great eye appeal. Estimate C$150.

Lot 3560, 1893 WESTON ONT. squared circle on cover, sold for $402

Lot 3560, 1893 WESTON ONT. squared circle on cover, sold for $402Lot 3560 WESTON ONT. squared circle, a very fine (light) strike AU 31/93 ties a 3c Small Queen to a cover mailed to “Cumberland House, North West Territory” (SP 2/93 broken circle on back). The addressee’s address was crossed out, and a Hamilton address added. The cover then went to Ottawa (squared circle on front dated FE 9/94) and then to Hamilton (FE 10/94 receiver on back). There is also a Prince Albert SASK c.d.s. on back SP 5/93. The Weston strike is the earliest recorded date for this hammer. A few small faults, else very fine. RF 35 From The Ted Kerzner Squared Circle Cancellations of Canada. Estimate $150, sold for C$350 plus buyer’s premium.