Canada - King George V (1927-1936)

Canada - King George V (1927-1936)

Single stamps, covers and multiples issued by Canada Post during the later half of the reign of King George V, from 1927 to 1936. This period saw the production of many of Canada's most beautiful stamps, and the introduction of the long pictorial definitive set. These sets used the King's portrait for the low values, and then used a scene from a different region of Canada for the high values. There are ways to specialize in this period by paying attention to differences in paper, perforation and gum, that the standard catalogues like Unitrade completely ignore.
Canada #192 (SG#315) 3c Scarlet 1932 Ottawa Conference Cream Gum - 3 Shades VF-80 OG Brixton Chrome
Canada #192 (SG#315) 3c Scarlet 1932 Ottawa Conference Cream Gum - 3 Shades VF-80 OG Brixton Chrome
$2.39

Canada #192 (SG#315) 3c Scarlet 1932 Ottawa Conference Cream Gum - 3 Shades VF-80 OG

Three well centered and very fine mint OG singles of the 3c scarlet King George V bas relief stamp from the 1932 Ottawa Conference Issue, each in ...

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Canada #213 (SG#337) 3c Dark Rose Red 1935 Silver Jubilee 2 Different Gum Types VF-75 OG Brixton Chrome
Canada #213 (SG#337) 3c Dark Rose Red 1935 Silver Jubilee 2 Different Gum Types VF-75 OG Brixton Chrome
$1.79

Canada #213 (SG#337) 3c Dark Rose Red 1935 Silver Jubilee 2 Different Gum Types VF-75 OG

Two very fine OG examples of the 3c dark rose red King George V & Queen Mary stamp from the 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue, each with a different p...

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$1.79

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