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CANADA

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View: J. L. P. Vallee from Quebec. Print on the backside says this “Canadian Scenery”. Handwritten is added: “Snow in the Street in March“.

Grade: 6. Early flat orange/red mount stereoview 1870’s. There are watermarks, mainly at the upper part of the left image. Nevertheless a great and unusual view.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: CAN701 

 

 

View: A. C. McIntyre from Alexandria Bay, NY, USA. This view is from a series showing The Thousand Islands (Canadian and American scenery). View says this specific spot is “Lost Channel”. Click < here > to see the backside label.

Grade: 7/8. Cabinet sized, early flat red mount stereoview 1860-1870. Slight general wear.

Price: $ 45

Ordering number: CAN702 

 

 

View: William England for London Stereoscopic Company London UK. View says below right: “No. 146. – Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Canada, Interior View”. Great view of constructing the bridge. Click < here > to see the backside printing.

Grade: 7/8. Early flat cream mount stereoview 1860-1870. Slight general wear.

Price: $ 175

Ordering number: CAN703 

 

 

View: William England for London Stereoscopic Company London UK. View says below right: “No. 161. – Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Canada, Entrance View”. Great view of constructing the bridge. Click < here > to see the backside printing.

Grade: 7/8. Early flat cream mount stereoview 1860-1870. Slight general wear.

Price: $ 175

Ordering number: CAN704 

 

 

View: L.P. Vallee from Quebec. Handwritten on the backside is: “House where Montgomery was defeated 1775”. Richard Montgomery was a Brigadier General in the Continental Army that fought the British Empire over Canada. He captured Fort St. Johns and then Montreal in November 1775 and then advanced to Quebec City. On December 31, he led an attack on the city, but was killed during battle.

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Grade: 7. Early flat orange/red mount stereoview 1870’s. Slight general wear. Small dots at the upper right of the left image.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: CAN705

 

 

View: J. L. P. Vallee from Quebec. Label on the backside says: “63. Break-neck Steps, at foot of which was found the Tomb of Champlain”. Click < here > to see the backside.

Grade: 7. Early flat orange/red mount stereoview 1870’s. Slight general wear. Small dots at the upper right of the left image.

Price: $ 40

Ordering number: CAN706 

 

 

View: H. C. White from the USA.  View says below right: “Siwash Indian for salmonpushing down the net, Fraser River, B.C. , Canada”. This is British Columbia Canada.

Grade: 8/9. Gray curved mount stereoview dated 1906. Just excellent.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: CAN707 

 

 

View: J. G. Parks from Montreal, Canada. View says below left: “Montreal from Tower”

Grade: 7/8. Early flat gray mount stereoview 1870-1880’s. Only slight wear.

Price: $ 20

Ordering number: CAN708 

 

 

View: Unknown photographer. Small backside label says: “229. Horse Shoe Falls, Canada side, Niagara”. Numbering could indicate this is an issue by the Anthony Bros.

Grade: 7. Cream flat mount stereoview 1870’s. Slight wear.

Price: $ 15            

Ordering number: CAN709

 

 

View: Unknown photographer, but looks like coming from L.P. Vallee from Quebec. Left image says: Wolfe Monument and Jail. This monument marks the very spot where the larger-than-life English general James Wolfe received his fatal musket wound in the closing hours of the furious and pivotal Battle of The Plains of Abraham. History buffs may recall that it was this battle which ultimately gave the British control over the French colonies in Canada.

Grade: 7. Red flat mount stereoview 1870-1880’s. Slight general wear.

Price: $ 20            

Ordering number: CAN710

 

 

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