Lot 294, New Brunswick one cent Locomotive Goodall trial colour die essay in yellow brown

Lot 294, New Brunswick one cent Locomotive Goodall trial colour die essay in yellow brownLot 294 New Brunswick #6E 1c Locomotive Goodall Trial Colour Die Essay in Yellow Brown, on India paper measuring 28 x 24 mm. An unadopted design, showing the locomotive facing left, as well as the lettered numerals “One” at lower corners. An impressive and very fine item for the specialist. Minuse & Pratt 6E-Ag. Estimate $750.

Lot 250, Canada 1934 two cent red brown New Brunswick Seal, VF mint pair with “closed frameline” on the right stamp

Lot 250 Canada #210aii 1934 2c Red Brown New Brunswick Seal Imperforate with “Closed Frameline” on the right stamp of a very lightly hinged sheet margin horizontal pair, very fine. Only 35 such pairs are known. Ex “Baron” collection (2016). Unitrade CV$1,750.

Lot 290, New Brunswick 1851 twelve pence bright red violet Heraldic, F-VF used

Lot 290, New Brunswick 1851 twelve pence bright red violet Heraldic, F-VF usedLot 290 New Brunswick #3 1851 12d Bright Red Violet Heraldic Imperforate, used with light oval grid cancel, with bright colour and four large to well clear margins. There is a very light pressed-out crease (barely visible only in fluid), else a fine-very fine stamp. Accompanied by a 1962 Alberto Diena certificate (with his pencil signature on stamp) and a 2021 Greene Foundation certificate. Unitrade CV$ 6,000.

Lot 287, New Brunswick 1851 six pence olive yellow Heraldic, XF used

Lot 287, New Brunswick 1851 six pence olive yellow Heraldic, XF usedLot 287 New Brunswick #2 1851 6d Olive Yellow Heraldic Imperforate, used with an almost complete, crisp strike of the Chatham 8 in oval grid cancel in blue (RF 5), the stamp has four large margins and bright colour, extremely fine and a very nice stamp in all respects. Accompanied by a 2021 Greene Foundation certificate. Unitrade CV$1,600.

Lot 673, 1832-1866 Group of three New Brunswick Registered covers, sold for C$1,638

Lot 673, 1832-1866 Group of three New Brunswick Registered covers, sold for C$1,638Lot 673 1832-1866 Group of Three Early New Brunswick Registered Covers, 1832 folded letter Douglas NB to Fredericton with manuscript “Money Letter” and “Paid 2N3” in red; 1852 folded cover from W.O. Campo-Bello NB (strikes on front and back) to Fredericton with manuscript “On Service / Money Letter” and rated “9” through St John NB; and 1866 Saint John NB to Kingston NB (nice datestamps on back) with red handstamp “REGISTERED / LETTER – No.”, franked with two 5c green Queen Victoria adhesives (perf toning) tied by an oval grid. All three are very fine. Estimate $150, sold for C$1,400.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.