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Low-value Mammals (1988-92)
Updated Jan 5/02

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Background

The low-value Wildlife stamps offer a nice little challenge to the collector. While only 7 face-different values were issued, different tagging, paper, and perforations have produced nearly double that many varieties.

Two of the stamps appeared unannounced by Canada Post - these command a slight premium over the "normal" issues.

All of the values were printed in panes of 100. The 1c-6c stamps were all issued untagged. The 10c and 25c values exist untagged and "block" tagged (tag around the edges of the stamp).

Four of the varieties are determined by the paper manufacturer - either Slater or Coated paper. Click here for a discussion of identifying modern-day Canadian postage stamp paper. Top

Checklist

  13.1x13.6 13.1x12 3/4
  Slater Coated Slater
Value Not tagged Block tag Not tagged Not tagged Block tag
1c Flying Squirrel Oct 3/88   Oct 25/91 late 91  
2c Porcupine Oct 3/88   Oct 25/91    
3c Muskrat Oct 3/88        
5c Varying Hare Oct 3/88        
6c Red Fox Oct 3/88        
10c Skunk   Oct 3/88 Oct 25/91   Feb 91
25c Beaver   Oct 3/88 Apr 22/92    

The date shown is the date of issue of that specific variety. A "blank" means the item does not exist. Teal shaded entries were not announced by Canada Post. Top


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