Lot 1119, Canada 1852 six pence Consort on laid paper, on folded letter Montréal to New York City

Lot 1119 Canada #2 6d Consort Imperforate on Laid Paper on Folded Cross-Border Letter, mailed from Montreal on JUL.10.1852 to Kennedy in New York City, franked with a 6d slate violet Consort, with sheet margin at left, two other large margins and cut into at bottom, cancelled by a target cancel in black. The folded letter (with letter inside) also has a CANADA in arc and a PAID, both postmarks in red. The stamp has a very light (almost imperceptible) horizontal crease from the cover, still a very fine cover. Accompanied by a 1984 B.P.A. certificate incorrectly identifying the stamp as a later printing. Unitrade CV$3,000.

Lot 93, Canada 1859 ten cent chocolate brown Consort, used with crisp 4-ring numeral

Lot 93, Canada 1859 ten cent chocolate brown Consort, used with crisp 4-ring numeralLot 93 Canada #16i 1859 10c chocolate brown Consort, Perforated 12 x 12.2, used with a crisp 4-ring numeral cancel (likely #27 from Ottawa), with rich colour and very nicely centred. A lovely appearing stamp, accompanied by a (pink) 2019 Greene Foundation certificate stating “reperforated to 12.2 at bottom, 12.0 at top, with several perforation holes on each side (right and left) enhanced.” Unitrade CV$8,500.

Lot 7, Canada 1851 six pence greyish purple Consort on laid paper, XF with light target cancel, sold for C$2,457

Lot 7, Canada 1851 six pence greyish purple Consort on laid paper, XF with light target cancelsold for C$2,457Lot 7 Canada #2b 1851 6d greyish purple Consort Imperforate on Laid Paper, used with light target cancel. The stamp possesses four large and even margins, with sharp impression and is quite fresh. An extremely fine example, amongst the finest known. Accompanied by a 2005 Greene Foundation certificate. Rsv. Unitrade CV$2,400, sold for C$2,100.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.