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Canada's Only Airmail Booklet Pane - Save 50% on this 1946 Mint Never-Hinged Pane of 4

A companion to the 1946 "Peace" issue, where tranquil scenes of everyday Canadian life replaced designs honoring Canada's World War II efforts, this attractive airmail stamp – the last airmail stamp issued by Canada – pictures a Canada goose in flight over a wooded waterway near Sudbury, Ontario, with a flock of geese in a "V" formation flies in the distance. Add this seldom-seen mint booklet pane, issued over 70 years ago, to your collection and save 50% off our regular price! (Canada #C9a)


Canada Airmail Mint Booklet Pane of 4 – Regularly $6.00
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6¢ Ottawa Conference overprint (#C4) - 1932 Airmail Rate Change

In 1932, a group of official delegates gathered at the Ottawa Conference to discuss the Great Depression and to establish trade and economic policies that were favorable to the Commonwealth Colonies. The conference was held between July 21 and August 20 in Ottawa, Canada. The original 5-cent Canadian Allegory of Flight design was overprinted in blue with “6-cent Ottawa Conference” for the purpose of quickly expediting correspondence to the conferees. A special airmail service was inaugurated between Ottawa and Belle Isle, making it possible to get mail onto steamers that had left the previous day. More...

Canada Airmail Special Delivery - Complete 1942-1947 Mint Set of 4

Featuring a Trans-Canada Lockheed Super Electra and a Douglas DC-4 Transatlantic Mail Plane, these 4 beautifully engraved stamps are all of Canada's Airmail Special Delivery stamps. An error on the 4-engine DC-4 stamp resulted in a new design where the accent over the second 'E' in "EXPRES" was corrected. (#CE1-4) More...