Canadian Commercial Air Mail Covers

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 BW9-20
$150.00 
#'s C9 x 2,254,269,272,285,288 pay the 85 cent quintuple registered air mail rate from Montreal to England, ( 10 cents registration plus 5 x 15 cents per quarter ounce ) September 30 1950. Some edge wear, which is not unusual on these heavier rate items.
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 BW9-21
$95.00 
May 23, 1948 1 cent underpaid air mail cover from Neepawa, Ontario to Southern Rhodesia. Cover rated 6 centimes to pay. Minor tear upper left as well as a tear to the back flap.
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 BW10-2
$78.00 
20 cent Fort Garry Gate (#243) pays the double rate on this 1942 censored cover from Montreal to the US Naval Base at Guantanamo, Cuba, October 13, 1942. October 29, 1942, Habana, Cuba machine back stamp. Rate was 10 cents per quarter ounce.
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 BW10-9
$160.00 
70 cent 1935 double rate cover (35 cents/half ounce) from Toronto to Jamaica. Sent air mail via New York. Rate paid by #'s 212 x 2, 201 x 2, 175 x 2. An attractive multi - colour franking.
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 BW10-12
$70.00 
#'s 226,241 pay the 60 cent double rate for this cover to the U.K. Small tear upper left & a small piece of the back-flap is missing.
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 BW10-18
$70.00 
1951 25 cent rate cover from Toronto to Formosa (Taiwan). Taiwan receiver on back.
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 BW10-19
$65.00 
#'s 269, 271 pay the double rate up to half an ounce on this 1948 air mail cover from Montreal to Belgium.
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 BW10-22
$65.00 
September 16, 1947 short paid air mail cover from New Brunswick to Bermuda. Paid at single 10 cent rate but discovered to be overweight so rated 60 centimes postage due. This was converted to 10d in Bermuda - see handstamps bottom right. Bermuda receiver on back September 19, 1947. Horizontal crease at top.
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 BW10-23
$70.00 
#269 x 3 over pays by 5 cents the 25 cents per quarter ounce rate to India in August 1947. Posted in Scarborough, Ontario. Vertical crease at centre. Addressed to a Major in the Royal Army Medical Corp.
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 BW10-26
$70.00 
#'s 175, 199 pay the 25 cents per half ounce rate on this January 25, 1936 air mail cover from Montreal to Jamaica. Jamaica January 29, 1936 receiver on back. Vertical crease at centre on this Candian Pacific Railway Co. envelope.
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 BW10-27
$70.00 
#'s C2 x 2, 195, 196 pay the 15 cent per half ounce rate on this May 28, 1934 air mail cover to Jamaica. Malvern, Jamaica May 31, 1934 receiver on back.
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 BW10-28
$85.00 
#'s C1, C3 x 3, C5 x 3 over pay by 6 cents the 35 cents per half ounce rate from Toronto to India via England. Probably contained a greeting card. Creases across the top & at bottom right corner due to the size of the envelope. A scarce destination. Mailed June 11, 1935.
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 BW10-32
$75.00 
November 17, 1941 30 cent trans-Atlantic rate cover to the U.K. to member of the Czechoslovak army in England. "Ceskoslovenska Polni Posta/ Czechoslovak Field Post" receiver on the back. Vertical fold at middle has created a small at top.
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 BW10-33
$200.00 
1930 registered post card from Montreal to Germany. 19 cent rate (10 cents registration, 6 cents air mail to New York plus 3 cents UPU rate.) Scarce rate. Very few registered post cards exist.
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 BW10-38
$95.00 
#'s 249 x 2, C8 x 4 pay the 30 cents per half ounce rate to France from Montreal, April 1, 1946.
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 BW10-39
$75.00 
1971 short payed air mail cover from Regina to Valletta, Malta, rated postage due. T13/25 handstamp at right & Malta 2 cent postage due stamp at left, tied with a Valletta February 10, 1978 CDS. Scarce destination & markings.
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 BW10-40
$125.00 
#226 pays the 50 cent double rate (25 cents per half ounce) on this June 28, 1937 cover from Vancouver to Port of Spain, Trinidad. This #10 cover has some overall light toning, but is still an attractive item.
 
 
 
 
 




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