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Sale 103: The APS Auction

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Canadian Provinces

Lots 464-473 Lot 474

Lot 464 o   

New Brunswick, 1851, 1s bright red violet, light barred oval cancel, margins clear to just in, couple small shallow thins, Fine appearance, still a presentable example of this rare stamp.
Scott No. 3    $6,250.

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Current Opening Bid: $475

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Lot 465 ()   

Newfoundland, 1860, 4d orange, no gum, full even margins, slight thinning, Very Fine appearance.
Scott No. 12    $5,500.

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Current Opening Bid: $170

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Lot 466 o   

Newfoundland, 1860, 6d orange, light bar cancel, full margins, creasing at bottom, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott No. 13    $1,100.

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Current Opening Bid: $70

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Lot 467    

Newfoundland, 1896, ½¢ orange red, horizontal pair, used with combination with ½¢ black (46) pair and 1¢ deep green (61), canceled by circular grids, matching "St-Johns, Newfd, SP 6, 97" cds on cover to Montreal, Canada, Sep. 9th arrival backstamp, Extremely Fine and choice three-color attractively-arranged franking.
Scott No. 57    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 468    

Newfoundland, 1897, 1¢ on 3¢ gray lilac, o.g., bold color, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 77    $825.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 469 S   

Newfoundland, 1897, ½¢-5¢ Royal Family issue complete, "Specimen" overprints, complete set of 47 different including the 2¢ rose carmine (86) that was issued to protect against illicit use of #82 examples lost at sea but washed ashore, each with punch hole, accompanied by the listing that includes 12 different SPECIMEN styles, o.g., never hinged, F.-V.F. set.
Scott No. 78-85, 86    Estimate $500 - 750.

In 1990, the American Bank Note Co. archives were opened and sold by Christies at auction. Many of the items sold were seen by those outside of the A.B.N.C. for the first time. Edward Wener, of Indigo, purchased the complete inventory of the 1897 Royal Family Issue, with many of these items range in quantities of 100-400 produced. Careful study is required to see differences in the 12 different SPECIMEN types.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 470 P   

Newfoundland, Airmail, 1931, 15¢ black, imperf trial color proof, without gum as issued, two h.r.'s, large margins, Very Fine and scarce trial color imperf.
Newf. Spec. No. AM7n    $340.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 471 E   

Newfoundland, Revenue, 1922, Trial Essay, 2¢ black, die proof on bond, 32x52mm, complete design, Very Fine and rare, unlisted format in the NSC.
Newf. Spec. No. RTE 1 dp2 var.    $1,500 as full size.

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Current Opening Bid: $260

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Lot 472    

Nova Scotia, 1857, 6d dark green, o.g., clear to ample margins, crease, Fine appearance, still a very presentable example of this rare mint stamp.
Scott No. 5    $10,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $600

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Lot 473 o   

Nova Scotia, 1857, 6d dark green, barred oval cancel, clear margins and deep color, slight thinning, Fine appearance.
Scott No. 5    $2,250.

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Current Opening Bid: $210

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