(1928) Allegory of flight. Used for the first time on the September 22nd for the flight from Toronto to Montreal and Albany, N.Y. 8,000,000 issued.
(19232) #C1 surcharged. 2,000,000 issued.
(1942) Canada's contribution to the war effort of the Allied Nations.
(1930) Globe and Mercury.
(1932) #C2 surcharged for the Ottawa Conference. Stock photo, the stamp your receive may be look different.
(1935) Daedalus. "YELLOW BROWN" color variety.
(1946) Geese in flight. Plate block of 4, Plate 1.
(1946) Geese in flight. Booklet pane of 4.
(1943) Trans-Canada airplane. 868,689 issued.
(1949) #C9 overprinted O.H.M.S.
(1928) Perforated Official "Small OHMS" on #C1.
(1950) Overprinted Official with "FLYING G" on #C9 Plate block of , Plate 1.
(1926) Air Post Semi-Official issue. Elliot-Fairchild Air Transport LTD. For service to Rouyn - Haileybury, Quebec to North Ontario. 2,000 issued.
(1927) Air Post Semi-Official issue. Western Canada Airways, LTD. Used in Northern Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and The North West Territories 36,000 issued. Stock photo, the stamp you receive may look different.
(1927) Air Post Semi-Official issue. Western Canada Airways Jubilee issue. Used on flight from Lac du Bonnet and Rolling Portage to and from northern points, Valid for issued day only, July 1, 1927. 10,000 issued. Stock photo, the stamp you receive may look different.
(1934) Air Post Semi-Official issue. Canadian Airways, LTD. #CL51 surcharged 10 CENTS. Stock photo, the stamp you receive may look different.
(1853) Brown red
(1858) Queen Victoria
(1859) VIOLET, IMPRINT COPY
(1859) 17¢ High value to the set.
(1888-97) Queen Victoria
(1893) 20¢ Queen Victoria
(1897) 1/2¢ Jubilee
(1897) 8¢ Jubilee