Newest Covers

 
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Catalogue
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Stock #
Price
U.S. $
Description
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CLP3-1900 
$680.00 
August 25th 1919 flown cover with CLP3 the Toronto-New York Air Race stamp.
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CL2b 
$900.00 
Laurentide Air Services second printing booklet complete. Appears very fine, but 4 booklet panes are stuck to the interleaving. Catalogue $2000.00 in Unitrade for hinged. Scarce.
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CL3-2500 
$200.00 
January 22, 1925 first flight cover. from Three Rivers to Rouyn Lake on a #10 size envelope from Laurentide Air Services.
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(CL13)-2601b 
$140.00 
Patricia Airways flown cover with Elliot-Fairchild Air Service CL9 stamp. The Elliot airlines had all shut down & the Post Office gave a contract to Patricia Airways to fly out the accumulated mail.
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CL5-2501 
$140.00 
June 27, 1925 first flight cover for Northern Air Service Ltd. from Haileybury to Rouyn. Signed by pilot Bill Broatch.
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 CL43
 $120.00
Patricia Airways Limited flown cover from Goldpines with Woman Lake & Clearwater Lake Patricia Airways circular hand stamps on the back. Addressed to Roessler in New Jersey.
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CL13-2602 
$80.00 
July 7, 1926 Patricia Airways & Exploration first flight cover from Sioux Lookout to Red Lake.
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CL13 
$75.00 
July 22nd 1926 Roessler cover flown by Patricia Airways from Red Lake. Addressed to Roessler in New Jersey.
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 CL46-3100
 $55.00
Cherry red Airline first flight cover April 11, 1931 from Prince Albert to Pelican Narrows. This was the last Cherry Red first flight. Cover has a pair of CL46i's both showing the snow on wings variety. Some toning - see scan.
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 CL40-2904Var
 $50.00
Western Canada Airways June 12, 1929 first flight cover from Waterways to Fort Resolution. CL40 stamp is on the back & just tied to the cover.
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 3305
$75.00 
February 7, 1933 Charlottetown to Grindsone Island first flight with a very fine block of 4 of 90a the Edward VII imperforate issue which catalogues $120.00 in Unitrade.
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 3305
$95.00 
February 7, 1933 Charlottetown to Grindstone Island first flight signed by the pilot W. Fowler as well as J.S. Jenkins who built the P.E.I. airport & Louise Jenkins who was the first P.E.I. aviatrix.
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 3503b
$150.00 
January 11, 1935 Val D'Or to Bourlamaque first flight cover with Jan. 11 Bourlamaque receiver on the back
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 3503c
$125.00 
January 11, 1935 Bourlamaque to Val D'or first flight cover. Val D'Or Jan 11 receiver on the back. Minor faults. Cat. value is $150.00
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 3523b
$100.00 
August 16, 1935 first flight from McKenzie Island to Cole with C5ii the moulting wing variety.
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 3025Var
$75.00 
Aklavik to Herschel Island cover with Herschel Island Sep. 2, 1930 cancels front & back. Scarce.
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 3027
$125.00 
June 5th, 1930 Moncton to Windsor experimental flight cover signed by the pilot R.H. Bibby.
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 3027a
$95.00 
June 5th 1930 Windsor to Moncton experimental flight postcard with Moncton Jun. 5th receiver on the front.
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 3027b
$110.00 
June 5th, 1930 Moncton to Toronto exprimental flight cover signed by the pilot R.H. Bibby. Toronto June 5th slogan receiver on the back. Corner crease bottom right.
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 3027b
$90.00 
June 5th, 1930 Moncton to Toronto experimental flight cover. Toronto June 5th receiver on the back.
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 2803i
$75.00 
January 25, 1928 first flight from Goldpines to Rolling Portage, signed by the pilot Dale Atkinson.
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 2807a
$150.00 
February 19, 1928 Charlottetown to Moncton first flight cover. Only 30 pieces flown. Moncton Feb. 19, 1928 receiver on the back.
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 2905c
$75.00 
January 24th, 1929 Summerside to Moncton first flight cover with Moncton Jan. 24, 1929 receiver on the back.
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 2909c
$100.00 
January 31, 1929 St. John to Ottawa first flight cover with C1i the swollen breast variety.
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 AP-3001c
$2000.00 
R-100 cover - one of the 26 covers handed to an unknown crew member to carry to the UK on board & mail there by Roessler. Canadian stamps cancelled Montreal August 13, 1930. Great Britain stamps added in London & cover mailed to the USA on August 16th 1930, by surface mail. East Orange, NJ backstamp August 27, 1930. A very scarce cover.
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 127-49E
$800.00 
Cover mailed May 30, 1930 at Lakehurst & franked with the $1.30 Zeppelin issue. Flown to Friedrichshafen and backstamped there June 6th. Received back in New York June 18.Frost Cat. US$1600.00. Hinge marks on back.
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 127-49E
$750.00 
June 3, 1930 Graf Zeppelin flown cover from Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen with the $1.30 Zeppelin issue just tied to the cover by the red confirmation mark. Stamp has an unusul LAKEHURST, N. J. straight line cancel. Friedrichshafen June 6 receiver on the back as well as a New York June 18 Graf Zeppelin machine receiver in the shape of the Zeppelin. Frost Cat. US$1600.00
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 127-49E
$600.00 
C13 the 65 cent Zeppelin issue paying the post card rate on a card mailed Lakehurst May 30th & flown to Froedrichshafen on the Graf Zeppelin. Friedrichshafen June 6 receiver. Some minor creases & a small tear. Frost Cat. US$1250.00
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 127-197
$560.00 
October 14, 1933 Century of Progress flight from Germany to Chicago via South America. Franked with the Germany 2 mark blue Chicagofahrt stamp. Arrived Chicago October 26th. Attractive private cachet cover.
Frost Catalogue value$860.00.
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 127-49f
$400.00 
Argentina acceptance with the second issue Argentina overprint stamps, with green overprints. The Graf Zeppelin left Rio de Janeiro May, 26th & arrived back at Friedrichshafen June 6th. The air ship was moored at Pernambuco in Brazil to dry out after sever rain storms added over 4000 kilos of extra weight. At Lakehurst US Con 1 was applied in error. This was intended only for mail making the complete trip. Frost Cat. US$500.00
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BW17-02
$395.00
May 15, 1918 Washington to New York first trip cover with the 24 cent Jenny. #10 size Aero Club of America envelope. New York back stamp. .