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Spencer, Peter (2021). Flamboyant. Plates 15 and 16, 2c Numeral issue.
Spencer, Peter (2020). Orange Zest: The Canada Eight Cent 1898 Numeral Issue.
Pinet, Robert (2014). Victorian Montreal: Economic Hub of the Dominion (Illustrated Mail, 1844-1903).
Lamb, Richard (2014). Rennie’s Seeds.
Spencer, Peter (2017). The Thirty-Six Types of the Canada 1898 Two Cent Numeral Issue.
Paige, Larry R (2014). The Larry Paige Collection of Canadian Flag Cancellations (1896-1996) and Early Machine Cancellations (1896-1902).
Piercey, David (2018). Steamship Mail in the Early Decimal Period of Newfoundland 1865-1910.
Leggett, Arthur W. (2017). The Arthur W. Leggett Exhibit — Decimal Stamps of Canada 1859-1868.
Teyssier, Grégoire (2017). Québec 1763-1867, One Century of Postal History and Postmarks, Un Siècle d’Histoire Postale et de Marcophilie.
Thompson, Donald W (2016). The Stories of the Riel Uprising at Fort Garry and the Northwest Rebellion in Saskatchewan.
Eichele, Martin (2016). History and Postal History of Nova Scotia.
Faucher, Christiane and Poitras, Jacques (2016). Lower St. Lawrence and Gaspé Peninsula Postal History.
Irwin, Douglas (2016). Postal Beginnings at Niagara Falls, Canada 1801-1904.
Thompson, Richard P (2016). The Development of the Stamps of the First Decimal Issue of Canada 1859-68.
McCarthy, Peter (2015). Canadian Mail by Rail 1853-1923.
O’Reilly, Kevin (2015). A Postal History of the Yukon.
Banfield, Colin G (2014). Canada Postal Stationery Letter Cards of the Victorian Period, 1893 – 1899.
McLaughlin, David (2014). The Maple Leaf Issue of Canada 1897-1898.
Faucher, Christiane and Poitras, Jacques (2013). Postal usages in the Province of Quebec and Lower Canada until 1831.
Murphy, Brian (2013). Routes, Rates, and Regulations: Canada’s International Mail, 1873/74 to 1898.
Paige, Larry R (2012). Canadian Patriotics — J.C. Wilson & Company.
Nixon, J. Edward (Ted) (2012). Canada 1870-1897 Small Queen Issue.
Fleet, Richard (2011). British Colony of Canada 1865 Second Bill Stamp Issue.
Fawn, Fred G. (2008). The Dominion of Canada: The Large Queens 1868-1896.
Willson, Victor L. (2008). Canada 19th Century Nonletter Mail.
McNaught, Herbert L. (2007). Canada 1897 Diamond Jubilees.
Fawn, Fred G. (2004). Imperial Penny Postage of 1898.
Harrison, Horace W. (2003). 19th Century Registered Postmarks of Canada’s Railway Post Offices.
Walton, Jean & Bill (2003). Registered Covers 1875 – 1911: A Reconstruction of the Horace Harrison Exhibits.
Walton, Jean & Bill (2003). Canada’s Registered Letter Stamps: A Reconstruction of the Horace Harrison Exhibits.
McNaught, Herbert L. (2002). The Half-Cent Small Queen Issue of 1882-1897.
Voss, Harry (2002). Canadian Re-entries 1852-1953.
Lussey, Harry W. (1998). Registration Markings and Registered Letter Stamps.
Day, K.M. and E.A. Smythies (1981). Canadian Fancy Cancellations of the Nineteenth Century.
Charles G. Firby Publications (2007). Canadian Postal Rates 1851-1859, The Warren S. Wilkinson Collection.
Firth, L. G. (1963). Canada: The Fifteen Cents of 1868.
Coutts, Cecil (2016). International Rapid Cancelling Machines Volume 1 – Western Canada.
Staecker, Dieter (Dick) (2016). Canadian Permit Postage Stamp Catalogue, 4th Edition.
Montgomery, Malcolm B. and Mulvey, Steven M (2015). Handbook on the Transatlantic Mail of British North America.
Gray, Ross D. (2015). Catalogue of Canadian Railway Cancellations and Related Railway Postmarks including Selected Waterway Postmarks, Second Edition.
Spencer, Peter (2015). The Joy of Panes — Plating the Stamps of Canada’s First Booklet Pane.
Kershaw, Kenneth A. (2013). The defining criteria of the 2¢ Small Queen — the Re-entries & Varieties.
Kershaw, Kenneth A. (2013). A summary of the known flaws, guide dots and cork cancels in the 1¢ Small Queen.
Montgomery, Malcolm (2013). Trans-Atlantic Mail between Canada and the United Kingdom 1759 – 1851.
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