Lot 526, Nova Scotia 1857 six pence dark green Heraldic, XF used with light oval grid cancel

Lot 526 Nova Scotia #5 1857 6d dark green Heraldic Imperforate, used with light oval grid cancel, with four large and even margins and bright fresh colour, extremely fine. Accompanied by a 2012 Greene Foundation certificate. A rare stamp in such nice quality. Rsv. Unitrade CV$3,000.

Lot 391, British Columbia 1867 25c surcharge on three pence orange, used

Lot 391Lot 391 British Columbia and Vancouver Island #11 1867 25c on 3d orange Surcharged Heraldic, Perforated 14, used with rare “A06” in grid cancel from British Honduras (Belize City) usually found on GB stamps. Fresh stamp, with bright colour and only a light vertical crease at right, possibly caused by the postmarking device, still probably unique and very fine. Estimate $500.

Lot 491 — Newfoundland 1857 two pence scarlet vermilion pair, used

Lot 491Lot 491 Newfoundland #2 1857 2d scarlet vermilion Heraldic Horizontal Pair, used, with ideal light grid cancels, bright colour and margins are touching to large. A very rare multiple, especially this fresh. Fine-very fine. Accompanied by a 2009 Philatelic Foundation certificate. Unitrade CV$15,000.

Lot 829 — Newfoundland 1857 two pence scarlet vermilion, unused, sold for $24,150

It was not hard to decide on the standout realization from Auction #16.

Lot 829
Lot 829 Newfoundland #2 1857 2d scarlet vermilion Heraldic, unused (no gum), with deep rich colour, a fine impression and four large to huge margins (showing next stamp at left). Extremely fine, a world rarity and worthy of the finest collection. Accompanied by a 1970 A. Diena certificate. Ex-Maurice Burrus (1963) and Dr. Chan Chin Cheung (1995). Unitrade CV$25,000, sold for $21,000.00 plus buyer’s premium.