Air - 17 cents 1943 - Canadian stamp
- Quantity: 868 689
- Issue date: April 16, 1943
- Printer: Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited
- Scott: #CE2
Air - 17 cents 1943 prices and values
The value of a Air - 17 cents 1943 stamp depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more. Values in the section are based on the market, trends, auctions and recognized books, publications and catalogs. This section also includes information on errors and varieties and characteristics.
- Never hinged
|Air - 17 cents 1943||$0.53||$1.10||$2.10||$33|
|Air - 17 cents 1943 - Imperforate - Pair (#CE2a)||-||-||-||-|
|Air - 17 cents 1943||$0.65||$1.30||$2.30|
|Air - 17 cents 1943 - Imperforate - Pair (#CE2a)||$220||$350||$440|
|Air - 17 cents 1943||$0.97||$1.90||$3.50|
|Air - 17 cents 1943 - Imperforate - Pair (#CE2a)||$330||$530||$650|
Errors and varieties
Imperforate - Pair - Air - 17 cents 1943
In 1943 the Post Office Department issued new denominations of postage stamps to meet the amended rates of postage effective April 1, 1943. The colour of the airmail special delivery service stamp remained the same; the denomination increased one cent as was the case with the 2-cent, 3-cent and 13-cent regular issue postage stamps and the 6-cent airmail stamp. A Trans-Canada airplane in flight with an aerial view of what is believed to be Drummondville, Quebec. This stamp is an innovation combining airmail and special delivery service charges in one stamp. The design was chosen to emphasize the time saved in transporting by air, personnel and materials necessary for the speedy prosecution of the war effort.
Designed by Herman Herbert Schwartz
Picture engraved by Joseph Keller
Picture finished by Harold Osborn
Border engraved by Charles H. Milks
A Trans-Canada airplane in flight with an aerial view of what is believed to be Drummondville, Quebec. This stamp is an innovation combining airmail a...
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