canada stamp 171 king george v 8 1930

Canada Stamp #171 - King George V (1930) 8¢

Condition Price Stock
Mint - Very Fine Never Hinged
USD $60.00
Fine to Very Fine Never Hinged
USD $37.50
Mint - Fine Never Hinged
USD $16.90
Mint - Very Good Never Hinged
USD $10.15
Mint - Very Fine
USD $30.00
Mint - Fine to Very Fine
USD $20.60
Mint - Fine
USD $11.25
Mint - Very Good
USD $6.75
Used - Fine
USD $5.65
Plate Block used Fine
USD $30.00
Plate Block - FNH (PB-FNH-001)
Prortrait cut-in at right.
Catalogue Value: $135.00
USD $59.50
Show out of stock conditions
Mint - Defect 3.40
Mint - Space Filler 1.70
Used - Very Fine 13.50
Used - Very Good 3.40
Used - Defect 1.70
Used - Space Filler 0.85
Plate Block - VFNH 252.00
Mint - Fine no gum 6.00
SKU: CAN-0171


Beginning on April 1st, 1930, the contract for the manufacture of Canadian postage stamps was awarded to the British North American Bank Note Company. This old-established firm had not manufactured Canadian postage stamps since March 1897. This change of contract necessitated the issue of a completely new series of stamps called the "Arch/Leaf issue" with the identical portraits of King George V on all the lower denominations.
Country Canada
#Scott 171
Issue King George V "Arch/Leaf"
Name King George V
Face Value
Date 1930-08-13
Color Dark Blue
Perforation 11
Printer British American Bank Note Company
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