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Canada/Covers & Postmarks : Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

 

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25 Sep 2013
10:19:17pm

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I have a few FDC from the 60s and 70s all appear to be Rose Craft is there any that I should look out for ,or are they just stamp value?All have Ottawa cancels
one is 1969 Suzor Cote 50c.

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25 Sep 2013
10:21:23pm
re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Hi Snowy, if you give me a list of Scott numbers I will look them up in my 2013 Unitrade and send you the values.

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25 Sep 2013
11:54:38pm

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re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Thanks Alyn,I will get to and sort them out .

Brian

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Jlav

26 Sep 2013
11:30:27am
re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

And to put a wrench (spanner)into this discussion, the Canadian Post Office used a Rose Craft cover as a replacement cover 1963-1965 and as such are more collectable.


http://postalhistorycorner.blogspot.ca/2011/04/canada-post-office-general-purpose.html

Jacques

(Modified by Moderator on 2013-09-26 16:12:22)

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26 Sep 2013
01:41:30pm
re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Unitrade covers FDC's with the following note:

"FDC prices are for the most common unaddressed cachet covers of the stamp"



My reading is that common cachets whether Canada Post or Rosecraft would fall with-in that definition.

Alyn

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snowy12

25 Sep 2013
10:19:17pm

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Hi
I have a few FDC from the 60s and 70s all appear to be Rose Craft is there any that I should look out for ,or are they just stamp value?All have Ottawa cancels
one is 1969 Suzor Cote 50c.

Brian

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re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Hi Snowy, if you give me a list of Scott numbers I will look them up in my 2013 Unitrade and send you the values.

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25 Sep 2013
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re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Thanks Alyn,I will get to and sort them out .

Brian

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Jlav

26 Sep 2013
11:30:27am

re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

And to put a wrench (spanner)into this discussion, the Canadian Post Office used a Rose Craft cover as a replacement cover 1963-1965 and as such are more collectable.


http://postalhistorycorner.blogspot.ca/2011/04/canada-post-office-general-purpose.html

Jacques

(Modified by Moderator on 2013-09-26 16:12:22)

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26 Sep 2013
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re: Canadian FDC from 60s and 70s any value?

Unitrade covers FDC's with the following note:

"FDC prices are for the most common unaddressed cachet covers of the stamp"



My reading is that common cachets whether Canada Post or Rosecraft would fall with-in that definition.

Alyn

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