J.C. Wilson Stationery for Company Use
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The cover below was postmarked on October 22, 1892 in Montreal, dispatched to Couteau Junction, postmarked in Coteau Station, redirected to Coteau Landing, where it was eventually back stamped. The cover lists a number of J.C. Wilson products.

The back of the cover notes the company’s main paper mill location.
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The cover below was postmarked on March 26, 1896 in Montreal with an early M2 Montreal machine cancel, dispatched to Upper Stewiacke, NS, with a receiving mark of what appears to be Brookfield, in Colchester County, March 30. The cover lists a number of J.C. Wilson products. The back of the cover notes the company’s Standard Eclipse Mikado, Improved Self Opening Square Paper Bags, “The Most Perfect Bag Made”. The same process of printing in sepia ink on the folded envelope was subsequently used to print lyrics on the backs of JC Wilson patriotic covers.

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The cover below was postmarked on June 26, 1897 with a Montreal Type 4-3 Diamond Jubilee Flag cancellation on a 3¢ Jubilee stamp, dispatched to Amherst, NS, with a receiving mark on the back. The cover lists a number of J.C. Wilson products and matches that used on the 1896 cover J.C. Wilson & Co. cover.

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A second cover from February 2 of 1899 bearing a 2¢ map stamp with a Montreal flag cancel, is shown above, with the reverse shown below.

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The cover below was postmarked on April 18, 1899 in Montreal, dispatched to Halifax, Nova Scotia where it was back stamped April 19. The cover lists a number of J.C. Wilson products. The back of the cover notes the company’s paper bag models Standard, Eclipse and Mikado, and states “Improved Self Opening Square Paper Bags, The Most Perfect Bag Made”

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This J.C. Wilson business cover was mailed on May 8, 1903 to Kilgour Bros of Toronto with a 2¢ Provisional (a 3¢ QV Leaf stamp surcharged with a “2 CENTS” overprint).
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The cover above was postmarked on October 8, 1904 in Montreal, dispatched to Record Foundry & Machine Co. in Moncton New Brunswick. The cover has a simplified J.C. Wilson description as “Paper Makers”.