Lot 643 Group of three 4-Ring Numeral Cancels on 3d Red Beaver Imperforate Covers, #29 on a lovely and very fine cover from Perth (no despatch) to Prescott (JUN.7.1858 receiver) through Brockville JUN.6 transit) with a 4-margin stamp. Also two #21 from Montréal, APR.8.1858 to Ste Thérese de Blainville C.E with a soft ribbed Beaver with almost no margins, signed Holcombe and an undated and uncancelled cover to Montréal (drop cover) with a jumbo-margined 3d Beaver. An interesting trio. Estimate $300, sold for C$600.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.
Lot 642 Collection of 4-Ring Numeral Cancels on nine First Cents Covers, with #s 19 (London) on 1859 5c Beaver cover, 20 (Melbourne) on 1865 5c Beaver registered cover (LRD for this instrument in the Cents period), 23 (Niagara) on 5c Beaver cover (with RPO, etc. on back), 27 (Ottawa) on 1863 5c Beaver cover, 27 (Ottawa) on 1c deep rose QV cover (dated Kingston receiver on back of folded cover), 29 (Perth) on 1865 5c Beaver (Whitworth flaw #121) cover, 29 (Perth) on 1866 5c Beaver (Whitworth flaw #94) cover, 37 (Québec) on 1860 1c deep rose QV cover and 37 (Québec) on 1861 12½c QV cover to England. Overall nice strikes, some covers have creases or tears, an overall fine group. Estimate $400, sold for C$3,200.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.
Lot 645 Lanark County Collection, 1823 to Modern on cards and cover in a shoe box, with a few hundred items. A good starter collection which includes Carleton Place 1837 double circle money letter, Franktown 1847, Hopetown 1845, Lanark from 1845, 1882 and 1887 as well as 9 Perth items 1823-1854. Also early items from Ramsay, McDonalds Corners, Pakenham and Poland. Mostly fine or better. Inspect. Estimate $1,000, sold for $800 plus buyer’s premium.