Lot 306Nova Scotia, 1853, 1d red brown, part o.g., full margins and strong bold color, light vertical crease and small thin, Very Fine appearance, still a very scarce mint stamp.
Scott Nos. 1 $2,000.
Lot 307 ()Nova Scotia, 1851, 3d deep blue, no gum, large margins all around, deep rich color, Extremely Fine, an exceptional mint stamp, ex-Argenti; with 1957 R.P.S.L. certificate. SG Nos. 2.
Scott Nos. 3 $2,250.
Lot 308 ()Nova Scotia, 1851, 3d dark blue, showing line through "Postage" re-entry, no gum, ample margins, deep bold color, Very Fine, only two other re-entry examples are recorded (one on cover), not recorded by Argenti.
Scott Nos. 3 $2,250 for normal.
This is likely stamp no. 135 in the sheet (5th stamp from the left in the 14th horizontal row).
Lot 309 oNova Scotia, 1851, 3d dark blue, light oval grid cancels, large to huge margins, deep intense color, Extremely Fine and choice.
Scott Nos. 3 $300.
Lot 310 oNova Scotia, 1851, 6d yellow green, very light oval grid cancel, ample to large margins, strong bright color, Very Fine; with 2009 C.P.E.S. certificate.
Scott Nos. 4 $825.
Lot 311 PNova Scotia, 1860-63, 1¢ black, plate proof on India, red "Specimen" overprint, mounted on card, bottom left corner margin block of 16 with A.B.N.Co. imprints at left and bottom, full margins, bright and fresh, Very Fine, a scarce multiple. Scott Nos. 8.
Unitrade Nos. 8Piii C$800 for singles ($630).
Lot 312 /Nova Scotia, 1860-63, 10¢ vermilion, bottom left corner margin block of 25 with imprints, o.g., most never hinged, bright and fresh with deep brilliant color, Fine, a scarce multiple.
Scott Nos. 12 $440 for singles.
Lot 313 oPrince Edward Island, 1861, 3d blue, neat grid cancel, choice centering amid well balanced margins, few slightly short perfs at top right, otherwise Extremely Fine, a lovely used stamp.
Scott Nos. 2 $750.
Lot 314Prince Edward Island, 1862-68, 3d blue, complete sheet of 30, o.g., never hinged (some natural gum irregularities), first vertical row missing perfs at left, strong bright color, couple adherences in top margin, otherwise Very Fine, an unusual perf variety.
Scott Nos. 6 $750 for normal singles.
Lot 315Prince Edward Island, 1862-68, 3d blue, complete sheet of 30, o.g., never hinged, rich deep color, fresh and F.-V.F.
Scott Nos. 6 $750 for singles.