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Previous auction prices realized are here
Realized $6,600 Lot 136 G.B. #3 uprated 13 Dec 1841 4d Mulready Life Insurance Lettersheet
Realized $990, Lot 199 H.B.C.-B.C. District Dease Post 50c Card Money #327
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Ships loading lumber at Hastings Saw Mill in Vancouver, 1896. PNGSee
John Mackie has written a Vancouver Sun article about an 1865 ledger from the Hasting Sawmill and Captain Edward Stamp in the earliest days of Vancouver.