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 #181i 2c Deep Red 1930-32 Arch Issue, A Fine OG Line Coil Pair
Canada #181i 2c Deep Red 1930-32 Arch Issue, A Fine OG Line Coil Pair

Canada #181i 2c Deep Red 1930-32 Arch Issue, A Fine OG Line Coil Pair

A fine OG line pair of the 2c scarlet red King George V coil stamp from the 1930-1935 Arch Issue. Horizontal wove paper with no visible mesh and cr...

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Canada #179 (SG#305) 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue Coil, A Very Fine OG Example
Canada #179 (SG#305) 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue Coil, A Very Fine OG Example

Canada #179 (SG#305) 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue Coil, A Very Fine OG Example

A well centered and very fine mint OG single of the 1c deep green King George V coil stamp from the 1930-1935 Arch Issue. Horizontal wove paper wit...

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Canada #179xx 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue, Fine NH Coil Precancelled Pair
Canada #179xx 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue, Fine NH Coil Precancelled Pair

Canada #179xx 1c Deep Green 1930-32 Arch Issue, Fine NH Coil Precancelled Pair

A fine NH precancelled pair of the 1c deep dull green King George V coil stamp from the 1930-1935 Arch Issue. Horizontal wove paper with no visible...

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