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    A Letter Worth More Than A Thousand Words

    A letter written by HBC trader John Fredrick Kennedy in August 1854 sold at an auction by All Nations Coins and Stamps for $3,850!

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    A letter written by Hudson’s Bay Company trader John Fredrick Kennedy in August of 1854 sold at an auction by All Nations Coins and Stamps on February 21 in Vancouver for $3,850. An interesting historical artifact from a time before modern postal service, the letter was sold to a private collector in B.C. 

    Kennedy wrote the letter to his daughter Mary while onboard a ship at  Prince Fredrick’s Sound. All Nations Coins and Stamps transcribed the full letter and you can read it thanks to this CBC Article

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    Lordes & Proprietors

    The original investors in Hudson's Bay Company were financiers, noblemen and men active in the highest circles of business and the Royal Court.

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    Did you know?

    …that in 1670, one voting share in the Company was issued for every £100 worth of stock? This is specified in the HBC Charter.

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    THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES 

    The Upside of Winter

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