|5630 Dunbar St. at 41st Ave.
Historic Vancouver 1851/1899
The Gerald Wellburn collection of Historic Vancouver is an 88 page Album of postal history, postcards, notes on history, documents, drawings and diverse ephemera...all with the larger-than-life characters from the early story of Vancouver.
It's being offered by All Nations in our 2016 weekly auctions
Check our Historic Vancouver page (new images each week)
Moodyville P.O. re-opened on 1st June 1872 after Confederation
1863 Moodyville Sawmill, Burrard Inlet
Originally the "Pioneer Mill" the first sawmill on Burrard Inlet. Sewell P. Moody took over in 1864, enlarging and improving the new "S.P. Moody Burrard Inlet Mill"
19th May 1874 "We started the Mill today after having made good a faulty boiler. Tomorrow we start up full blast" Original letters realized $715 in our 23 April auction Read more
Jeremiah Rogers - The Greatest Logger Of Them All
The man behind the name 'Jericho" Beach
Sam Greer and Greer's Beach
Sam Greer is one of the historical characters that come to life in the Gerald Wellburn historic Vancouver collection.
Granville Shooting Affray, 1876
In 1876 Gregorio Fernandes, the first shopkeeper in Granville (later Vancouver) is accused of shooting and wounding. The statement is signed by Justices of the Peace including Jerry Rogers of Jericho Beach.
Gassy Jack Deighton
Gassy Jack signed letter in our 1050th auction on 12th March 2016 sold for $44,000
Rare Scrips from H.B.C. Trading Posts in Northern B.C. around 1910 from Sydney Hogkinson. They can be found in the weekly auctions 2016.
A Hudson's Bay Company document written at Fort Vancouver in 1842 has sold for $7700 The 15”x12” original document listing the Returns of the H.B.C. Columbia District 1841, and dated 1842
See article in The Columbian for more about the H.B.C. accounting document. .
Another interesting recent Lot: A One Pound Sterling and a Five Shilling promissory note from the Hudson's Bay Company York Factory at the Red River Settlement.
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It was originally a North West Company trading post, but was taken over by the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1821. It remained a HBC trading post until 1952, and today is a National Historic Site run by Parks Canada.
After the First World War a merchant named Norman Wesley ran a general store there. One day a First Nations man came in to trade an ancient relic — a brass Hudson’s Bay company crest that had hung on the door of one of its early trading posts.
A century later, the crest is being auctioned this Saturday by Brian Grant Duff of All Nations Stamp & Coin Sold for $7,000 in our April 30th Auction
Here's what we have to offer:
All Nations has gone Upscale!
Or at least uphill. All Nations Stamp and Coin is now in the lovely Dunbar neighbourhood. The store is located at 5630 Dunbar St, just a few steps north of 41st Ave, home of the venerable Lawrence Used Books.
There is ample free street parking and the shop is adjacent to the Dunbar bus loop, with service on the following routes: #7 Dunbar - Nanaimo Stn, #22 Knight - MacDonald, #32 Dunbar Express (rush hours only), #41 Joyce Stn - UBC, #43 Joyce Stn - UBC Express, #49 Metrotown Stn - Dunbar - UBC and #480 UBC - Richmond.
Hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 9:30am to 5:30pm and by appointment. We will continue to buy, sell and appraise all your collectables, the weekly Saturday auction will be at noon, perhaps with the addition of a coffee pot and of course the web site will bring you all the latest information. See you there!
Exclusive to All Nations
Collecting is like a box of chocolates, you don't know what you are going to get.
Richard Purdy opened his first chocolate shop, on Vancouver’s high end shopping mecca, Robson Street, in 1907. Purdy’s now has over 50 stores in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario, often at the entrances to shopping malls. How often do collectors get to combine their love of chocolate and their love of covers?
Purdy's recently approached All Nations with an offer to buy the remaining limited supply of their 2007 Centennial Covers, which had quickly sold out at Canada Post. Order one here and read the newsletter here.
Methods of Payment: Cash, Debit, Visa, MasterCard, AmEx.
We will list all individual items for sale in CDN $ which is currently approximately at par with the US $, and invoicing and shipping is calculated in Canadian dollars. Canadian orders are subject to the appropriate taxes. Shipping is extra and an approximation can be found here. We will email you with the accurate amount before shipping. If you find an item that you would like to convert to another currency, click here.
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5630 Dunbar St. at 41st Ave.