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Series 1 features views with a beaver surrounded by a wreath of maple leaves. Mike Smith has 20 cards listed in this series.
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Series 2 features views with a red ensign. Mike Smith has 50 cards listed in this series.
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Series 3 features views with the Union Jack. Mike Smith has 8 cards listed in this series.
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Series 3 features views with the crest of Canada. Mike Smith has 20 cards listed in this series.
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Series 5 features views with the crest of Nova Scotia. Mike Smith has 16 cards listed in this series.
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Series 6 features views with the crest of Prince Edward Island. Mike Smith has 10 cards listed in this series.
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Series 7 features views with a bulldog on the Union Jack, with the text “What We Have We’ll Hold”, a symbol and text used on a number of cards from various publishers, most notably J.C. Wilson, starting in the time of the Boer War. Mike Smith has 6 cards listed in this series.

Series 8 features postcards with a gold crown. Mike Smith has 2 cards listed in this series, neither of which I have encountered.
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Series 9 features views with a seal of the town of Liverpool, NS. Mike Smith has 4 cards listed in this series.
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Series 10 features views with the portrait of Evangeline. Evangeline was a fictional character created by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, written in English and published in 1847, from an epic poem entitled Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie. The poem follows an Acadian girl named Evangeline and her search for her lost love Gabriel, set during the time of the Expulsion of the Acadians.

I had a chance to visit Blomidon, pictured in the card above, in the fall of 2016. Nothing much has changed in over 100 years.

Mike Smith has 3 cards listed in this series.

Series 11 features postcards showing scenes of Camp Sussex. Mike Smith has 4 cards listed in this series.
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Above & below, examples of the backs commonly found on P.D. Ayer’s postcards from these series.

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