Lot 1293, group of fifteen Jubilee Advertising covers with flag cancels, sold for C$2,808

Lot 1293, group of fifteen Jubilee Advertising covers with flag cancels, sold for C$2,808Lot 1293 Group of Illustrated Advertising Jubilee covers and card, with fifteen covers (incl. one card and one front), all franked with a 1c or 3c Jubilee issue, each cancelled by various Flag cancels from Montreal, Toronto or Ottawa. Includes Patriotic, and a Montreal 1897 Fair fully illustrated cover displayed on the owner’s flag cancel Exhibit first page. We also note earliest reported dates of Toronto Types 7-11, 7-12 and 7-15. A selected group, all scanned online. From the Robert Heasman Collection of Early Canadian Machine Cancellations. Estimate $1,000, sold for C$2,400.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.

Lot 873, Canada 1929 first flight cover Montreal to Santiago Chile


Lot 873 Canada 1929 First Flight to Santiago Chile, mailed in Montreal on July 11, 1929, trough Cristobal Canal Zone (machine cancel dated JUL.15 on back) and arrived JUL.29 (c.d.s. receiver on back). The cover is franked with a 50c Bluenose, a 20c Admiral and a 5c airmail. Rsv. Estimate C$200.

Lot 382, Canada 1943 Prisoner of War Label on envelope, sold for C$402

Lot 382 Canada #PWF3 1943 Prisoner of War Label, Imperforate, affixed to a folded 8½” x 11″ brown envelope with “International Red Cross Committee Geneva” (in Montreal) label addressed (but likely not mailed to) “International Committee of the Red Cross” (in London England). Very fine and attractive, catalogue value is for an unused stamp only. Ex. John Hillson. Unitrade CV$500, sold for C$350.00 plus 15% buyer’s premium.

Lot 16, Canada 1875 five cent olive green Large Queen, VF early use, sold for $718

Lot 16, Canada 1875 five cent olive green Large Queen, VF early use, sold for $718Lot 16 Canada #26 1875 5c olive green Large Queen, used with broken circle datestamp dated OCT.2.1875, very fine. A very early use, as the earliest recorded date for this stamp is SEP.28.1875 on a cover from Montreal to England, via New York. Accompanied by a 4x blow up colour scan of the stamp. Estimate $250, sold for C$625.00 plus 15% buyer’s premium.