Lot 108 oNewfoundland, 1861, 6½d rose, light grid cancels, large margins, bright vibrant color, Very Fine and choice, a very scarce multiple; with 2009 Sismondo certificate.
Scott No. 21 $550 for singles.
Lot 109 /Newfoundland, Airmail, 1921, 35¢ "Halifax", narrow "AIR MAIL", without period after "1921", bottom stamp in vertical pair with 1921, 35¢ "Halifax", with period after "1921", o.g., top stamp lightly hinged, bottom stamp never hinged, choice centering, Very Fine, a scarce variety pair.
Scott No. C3f, C3b $660+.
Lot 110Newfoundland, Airmail, 1930, 50¢ on 36¢ Columbia Flight, tied by "St. Johns, Nfld., Sep 25, 1930" slogan machine postmark on flight cover to London, England, endorsed "per Aeroplane Columbia, Hr. Grace, Nfld. to London, Eng." at upper left, reverse with clear "Harbour Grace, Newf'd, Oc 9, 30" transit cds; upper right corner of cover including stamp was torn off and expertly reattached back, Very Fine appearance; with 2010 Greene Foundation certificate.
Scott No. C5 $12,000.
A RARE FLOWN USAGE OF THE 1930 50¢ ON 36¢ COLUMBIA FLIGHT ISSUE - ONLY 65 OF THESE SPECIAL STAMPS WERE USED ON THIS FLIGHT FROM ST. JOHNS.
This flight was piloted by R.A.F. Capt. Errol Boyd and U.S. Navy Lt. Harry Connor in the Miss Columbia, in same plane flown across the Atlantic by Clarence Chamberlin and Charles A. Levine in 1927. They left Harbour Grace on October 9th, but a malfunction of the fuel line from the rear tank forced them down in the Scilly Islands, just southwest of England, after 23½ hours in the air. They jettisoned the rear tank, siphoned fuel from a seaplane and continued on to their destination at Croydon. Only 65 of the special flight stamps were used on cover on the flight from St. Johns and an additional 35 were used on cover from Harbour Grace.
Lot 111Newfoundland, Airmail, 1932, $1.50 on $1 Dornier DO-X Flight, block of 4, o.g., never hinged, nice overall centering, bright and fresh with rich color, Very Fine and choice.
Scott No. C12 $1,400 for singles.
Lot 112Newfoundland, Airmail, 1933, $4.50 on 75¢ Balbo Flight, o.g., never hinged, exceptional centering and Post Office fresh, an Extremely Fine gem.
Scott No. C18 $450.
Lot 113 ()Newfoundland, Transportation Tax, 1927, $2 red, without gum, strong color, few small flaws, Very Fine appearance, a very rare and elusive mint transportation tax issue.
Van Dam No. NFT2 C$6,000 ($4,560).
Lot 114 SCanada, 1851, Prince Albert, 6d trial color plate proofs on India, specimen overprint, four singles; includes grey with carmine overprint (imperf vert.), and orange (v), black with orange overprint (x) and grey blue with carmine overprint (xi), also and additional gray blue example and greenish gray that are faulty (and not counted), Very Fine.
Unitrade No. 2TCiv//2TCxi C$1,850 ($1,410).
Lot 115Canada, 1877, Small Queen, 10¢ dull rose lilac, full o.g., well centered amid nicely balanced margins, bright color, Very Fine and choice.
Scott No. 40 $1,600.
Lot 116Canada, 1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, 15¢ steel blue, o.g., never hinged, rich bold color, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 58 $650.
Lot 117Canada, 1899, Queen Victoria "Numeral", 2¢ carmine, type I, tied by "Montreal, May 16, 00" waving flag machine cancel on multicolor "Soldiers of the Queen" patriotic cover cross border to Hinsdale N.H., May 17th arrival backstamp, Very Fine and attractive.
Scott No. 77 Estimate $200 - 300.