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"V47XS / V47WC" shortwave QSL DXpedition viewcard used 1993, interesting & fairly detailed history of the island covers most of the back. (3 available)$3.50 each. n
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ALMA. "THE COVERED BRIDGE AT ALMA / as seen from the camping grounds at Fundy / National Park " post card mailed 1968 at Saint John to Mr. & Mrs. G. E. McCulloh in Worthington Ohio. $1.00 nb
BATHURST. "Polar / Bear / Unit 198" used QSL postcard with bear art design, attractive. $2.00
BATHURST. "XM67-1639" used CB QSL post card, with truck & voluptuous woman in art. $2.00
CAMPOBELLO ISLAND. "F. D. ROOSEVELT COTTAGE / Welshpool, Campobello Isl., N. B." postcard mailed there 1963. $1.00
CAPE TORMENTINE. "M. V. S. - CONFEDERATION / New passenger and car ferry " Plastichrome® post card mailed circa 1968. $2.50
EAST SAINT JOHN. "VE1ACU" QSL card used 1990, heavy stock. $1.25
FREDERICTON (YORK SUNBURY COUNTY). "CH1ACK" QSL card illustrated with a St. John River steamboat Pioneer Princess III, used 1987 by operator John Vince (whose call sign was updated from VE1ACK), good edges. She is now the restaurant vessel Jubilee Queen tied up in Toronto. $3.00 n(f)s(r)o(t)
FREDERICTON (YORK SUNBURY COUNTY). "Fredericton, New Brunswick" with art showing a street scene, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 in US. $2.00
FREDERICTON (YORK SUNBURY COUNTY). "Old officers barracks and mess / at Fredericton, New Brunswick " well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1960 at New Harbor Maine. Art attributed to (Aiden) Lassell Ripley. $2.25 n(f)a(r). Similar home-made postcard with simpler captioning on back & no attribution. Shown. $2.00 n(f)a(r) NEW / OPKOMEND / NEU
GAGETOWN (QUEENS COUNTY). "The Loomcrofter's Studio, Gagetown, N. B." / All types of hand weaving, / " unused chrome post card showing a lady & 3 children in woven tartans by the oldest building on the St. John River -- where the R.C.A.F. & New Brunswick tartans originated. Tiny spot of toning on back. $1.25 tnw
HARTLAND POND. "Worls(sic) largest covered bridge at Hartland Pond, Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada" with art attributed to (Aiden) Lassell Ripley; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1959 at Gorham Maine. Ripley's art is well known for his fly-fishing scenes, and sure enough those fishermen are in the foreground. $2.50 nbsaf NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
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HARTLAND POND. "World's largest covered bridge at / Hartland Pond, Fredericton, / New Brunswick, Canada" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1959 in US. $2.25
JEMSEG. "LAKEVIEW MOTEL & RESTAURANT / JEMSEG, N. B." showing the exterior as it looked when Kathryn & Earl Thompson were the proprietors, unused chrome post card, minor edge wear, tiny spot in sky. $1.00 nm
MAGNETIC HILL. "MAGNETIC HILL, N. B., CANADA" black & white postcard including bicyclist & car with small trailer, sign for gift shop; top edge scraped near one corner. $1.25
MONCTON. "BR-214 / MAGNETIC HILL, MONCTON, N. B." unused chrome post card includes explanatory sign. $1.00
MONCTON. "MAGNETIC HILL / Moncton, N. B., Canada" including explanatory sign, unused chrome postcard with good color. $1.25
RICHIBUCTO / RICHIBOUCTOU. "EGLISE ST-LOUIS-DE-GONZAGGUE / RICHIBOUCTOU, N. B." with bilingual caption, chrome post card with fresh color & good contrast. $1.25
SAINT ANDREWS. "Harbour, St. Andrews, N. B., Canada. -SA 13. ..." showing a coastal ship & several fisherman's floats in the foreground, shoreline in the distance; unused post card, circa 1940's, well composed, excellent condition. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 n(s)p
SAINT ANDREWS. "Waterfront, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. - SA 10. ..." postcard, circa 1940's, trivial wear at 2 corners. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 n(s)p
SAINT JOHN. "BR-239 / LOW WATER--REVERSING FALLS / Saint John, New Brunswick" unused chrome post card from a photo by Hodgson, old price (higher, not ours!) marked heavily on back. $1.00
SAINT JOHN. "C.P.S.S. Princess Helene on Digby, N. S. - Saint John, N. B., Service. -- R.C.A.F. Photo.--29" white-border era postcard with extra comma in the caption, good side view of the ship, unused, from Photogelatine Engraving. $4.50
SAINT JOHN. "D. A. R. Steamer 'Prince Rupert' in St. John Harbour, N.B." color post card from Charlton, circa 1915, minor corner & edge wear mostly visible from back, lightly toned back. $6.50
SAINT JOHN. "Ferry Steamer 'Ludlow' St. John, N. B. Canada" on moonlight cruise, color, private post card printed in Belgium, group of tiny scrapes in sky, writing on back, heavily toned back, 2 corner creases, water stain at one corner visible from back only, corner & edge wear, as is. $4.50 sn
SAINT JOHN. "King Street, Saint John, New Brunswick.--26." Showing many vehicles, circa 1948, unused post card. $2.00
SAINT JOHN. "Low Tide Market Slip, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. 28." postcard mailed 1955 at Hampton (5-cent Alberta / Saskatchewan commemorative stamp). $1.50
SAINT JOHN. "Market Slip at High and Low Water, St. John, N.B." black & white multiview post card mailed there 1906, internal crease, corner wear & rounding, lightly toned front. $2.50
SAINT JOHN. "MARTELLO TOWER / Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada" postcard including two nice 1950's cars, much writing on back. $1.25
SAINT JOHN. "[NB3] MARKET SLIP, WHERE LOYALISTS / LANDED IN 1783, SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. / Climo Photo." including a freighter & sailing ship in vertical format, unused black & white postcard, minor wear at 2 corners. $2.75 ns(p)h
SAINT JOHN. "Reversing Falls at Low Tide, Saint John, New Brunswick:--1" white-border era post card, unused. $2.00
SAINT JOHN. "The Observatory, Saint John, New Brunswick--5" post card mailed there 1940, handstamped PASSED FOR EXPORT, one corner badly worn. $2.00
SAINT JOHN. "VE1DXR" QSL card used 1990, fresh appearance. $1.25
SAINT JOHN. "VE1HM" QSL card mailed there 1948 by operator Al E. Cochrane, small bottom corner crease, minor wear at the other bottom corner. $1.50 n(s)
SAINT JOHN. "VE1UG" continental QSL card mailed there 1949 by operator L. M. Dakin, 3 corners creased (2 are long). $1.00 n
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SAINT JOHN RIVER. "St. John River, New Brunswick" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from US. $2.00
SAINT STEPHEN. "Entering Canada at the International Bridge / St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada" unused Plastichrome post card, fresh appearance. $1.25
SAINT STEPHEN. "INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE OVER ST. CROIX RIVER BETWEEN / CALAIS, MAINE AND ST. STEPHEN, N. B. 2424" black & white postcard, unused & fresh. $2.00
SAINT STEPHEN. "Water Street, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada. --14." Unused postcard, but chewing at upper right corner (could trim it is so small), corner wear & rounding. $1.25
SHEDIAC. "SHEDIAC, N.B. / 'Main Street'" Surrette Rexall Drugs on the left, Shediac Grill on the right; post card with bilingual captions, mailed there 1964 (faint cancel on 4-˘ definitive stamp) to Mr. & Mrs Robert Mayo in Downers Grove Illinois, fresh appearance. $2.00 nmg(s)
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NEU-KALEDONIEN / NUOVA CALEDONIA
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"1 FLAMBOYANT TREE IN BLOOM, NOUMEA" sepia-tone, unused, light toning on back. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 nt
"5. BAIE DE LA MOSELLE (NEW CALEDONIA)" as seen from a high vantage point with several ship in the distance; unused monochromatic gray-green postcard, very light fingerprint toning on back, a couple of small thin linear marks near the top front edge. $4.50 n
"FK8DD" Noumea shortwave (14 MHZ) QSL card used 1987 by operator Sam Torope, F.K QSL label affixed to the back, good edges. $2.00 n
"FK8FS" Noumea shortwave (18 MHZ) QSL card with cartoon art picturing the operator George Todori & his equipment, good edges. $2.25 n
"FK8GJ" shortwave (28 MHZ) Dumbea continental QSL card used 1990 by operator Pierre Marge from Moraix France, heavy vertical crease. $2.00 n
NATIONAL AIRWAYS COMPANY / N. A. C. (New Zealand). Unused continental post card showing its DeHavilland DH-89 (ZK-AKY) at Noumea Magenta in October 1995, published in France, near mint. $7.50 ann
"NOUMÉA -- EQUIPE DE CRICKET: / CRICKET AUDIENCE" showing New Caledonian women spectators in colorful dresses, unused chrome postcard, round corners as issued, fresh appearance. One appears to be holding 2 cricket bats, but we are not sure. $2.00 ns
"NOUVELLE-CALÉDONIE - Une Pirogue double sous voiles" showing a pirogue under double sail loaded with many people, unused sepia-tone carte postale with red caption, toning, mild corner & edge wear, several internal creases most easily seen from the back, as is. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 ns(c)
"VR2AM / FIJI / MOBILE MARINE" QSL card used 1947 by operator Thor Gundersen in the Marine Department of C. S. R. Co. Ltd. (Piermont Australia) on the s/s Tambua, about to take leave in New Zealand; 4 tape remnants on back (1 causing thin from removal attempt), pinhole & adjacent scrape near front center. At the time his QSO was 'S.W. of Fiji'. During World War II this ship served under requisition as a supply ship -- visiting Noumea New Caledonia in 1941, for example. Definitely rare; the Australian National University has but a few items from the ship in its collection, and that is all we could find. $7.00 fas(m)n
POST CARDS & POSTCARDS
TERRE-NEUVE / NEUFUNDLAND
TERRANOVA / TERRA NOVA / TERRANOVA
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"CY1TX" continental Garnish QSL postcard used 1992 by operator W. R. Wilson (founder of the Garnish DX Club, selling one square inch of 'The Rock'), one upper corner bent with a little wear. $2.00 n
"Great Placentia the Old French Capital of Nfld." circa 1906 private post card with panoramic view, reinforced corner with a small crease, Sold, but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 n
"K2HYG" Stephenville Air Station QSL postcard on brownish stock used 1958 by operator Jim Williams, trivial wear to one corner, paper starting to brown with age. This radar station operated from 1951 to 1971; at this time it was assigned to the USAF Air Defense Command. $2.00 n(s)m(a)
NEWFOUNDLAND AIR TRANSPORT, LIMITED / N. A. T. (Canada). Continental photo of its Grumman Widgeon (CF-KPT) on wet ground, good focus & composition, contrast somewhat low. Rare. Operated out of Deer Lake & saw very little saltwater use in its long service. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 an
"VO1AS" 20 VII 70 Corner Brook Newfoundland Pitney-Bowes meter on shortwave (14 MC) QSL post card from VO1AS (operator Patrick J. O'Brien) to Ohio, 3 small corner creases. $1.25 n-nq
"VO1GD St. John's, Newfoundland" continental-size QSL card mailed there 1968 by operator Stan Warren. Colorful design emphasizes sports opportunities, and folds out to give interesting geographic & historical details, SONRA logo on stamp side. $1.50 n
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"VO2M" shortwave Cape Bonavista (14 Mc) QSL card mailed at nearby Bonavista JUN 25 1947 with a 3-c Newfoundland royalty stamp to Philadelphia, strike of their hand cancel on both sides (front complete, back almost complete), trivial corner wear, minor toning on back near corner furthest from stamp. Nice! $3.75 n-n
"VO2PB Labrador City, Newfoundland" unmailed QSL postcard, with pertinent information filled in. Contact 1972. Attractive design shows map of Canada. $1.50
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