Can Br C 1 1868 British Columbia 2c on 3c brown SG 28 mounted mint
Can Br C 2 1865 British Columbia 3c blue SG 22 mounted mint, top left corner perf repaired.
Can Br C 3 1865 British Columbia 3c blue SG 22 mounted mint,
Can Va 1 1865 Vancouver Island 10c blue SG 14 used with perforation faults
Can NF 1 1868 3c blue SG 37 mounted mint
Can NF 2 1897 400th anniversary of the discovery of Newfoundland set SG 66 to 79 mounted mint
Can NF 3 1919 Newfoundland Contingent set SG 130 to 141 mounted mint
Can Col 1 1863 cover from Newmarket Ontario to Rugby with a 12½c stamp SG 39
Can 1 Colony of Canada 1855 cover from Hamilton to Chatham with a 3d Beaver stamp. £175
Can 2 1935 George V coil stamps imperf X 8 SG 352 to 354 used in pairs, perf damage on 2c brown.
Can 3 1939 first day cover for the special delivery stamp with the 10c on 20c SG S11 cancelled Winnipeg and dated 1st March 1939.
Can NF4 Cover for the first Air-mail St. Johns to St. Anthony January 8th 1931
Can NF5 Newfoundland 1933 first flight cover from St. John's to Wabush-Katsao (gold concession) Labrador via Seven Island Quebec. The stamps are cancelled on the first day of issue 11th July 1933 at St John's, on the back is a cachet for the flight and back stamps of Septiles, Wabush-Katsao and Qubec.
Can NF6 Newfoundland 1931 First flight cover St. Johns to St. Anthony then returned to St. Johns. Signed, maybe by the pilot?
Can NC1 1867 cover HALIFAX to MABOU NOVA SCOTIA
Can 4 1907 Canadian Pacific Railway Company postal stationery postcard showing the Hot Springs Hotel, Banff, used from Montreal April 30th 1907 and giving a statement of earnings and expenses on the back. There is a scissor cut at the bottom of the card which although 2cm long it is clean and does not detract from the card.
Can 5 1935 Canadian Air Mail First Flight Cover Doré Lake to Beauval using two 1899 Victorian 2c on 3c SG 172 and 1898 Christmas stamp SG 166
Can 6 1932 Ottawa to Bradore Bay flight cover with the OTTAWA CONFERENCE 1932 6C ON 5C overprint used on the first day of issue July 12th 1932.