Kingston


Above, Kingston

Toronto Litho Co. Ltd.

postally used, with a 1¢ QV Numeral stamp tied with a Kingston December 23, 1898 duplex cancellation

mailed to A.H. Ireland Esq., Bank of Commerce, Toronto, Ontario.


Below, a copy mailed from Toronto to Tiefenfurt, Germany with a Toronto Flag cancel

dated July 4, 1899, and a Tiefenfurt back stamp dated July 17.

The postcard was short paid, and bears a T/15 cancel and a “25” postal marking.




Below, the card reverse




Below, an example of the Kingston postcard by Toronto Litho Co. Ltd.,

postally used from Montreal to Cote d’Or, France, postmarked March 27, 1901.





Below, the reverse of the card, showing a Christmas & New Year’s greeting.







Above, Kingston

Toronto Litho Co. Ltd.

postally used, with a 1¢ QV Numeral stamp tied with a Kingston October 17, 1900 duplex cancellation

mailed to Mr. A. Probst, Davis House, Lawrenceville, N.J.


Old Davis House is a building formerly known as “The Lawrenceville Female Seminary”,

which was founded in 1834 and closed in 1883. 


Below, the reverse of the card

showing a pre-printed New Year’s Greeting and the Canadian Coat of Arms







Above, a later printing of the Kingston postcard by Toronto Litho Co. Ltd.

postally used from Toronto to Scotland, postmarked June 28, 1902


Below, the reverse of the card