Mount Hurd

Mount Hurd Stamp

Postal Administration
Date of Issue
5 December 1928
Canadian Bank Note Company
Number Produced
36 077 000

Mount Hurd is a mountain in the Ottertail range of the Rocky Mountains. It is named for Major Marshall Hurd, a Canadian Pacific surveyor. [1]

The stamp design is part of the Scroll Issue and based off of a painting by Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith called An Ice Crowned Monarch of the Rockies, alternatively A Snow Clad Monarch of the Rockies.

Mount Hurd

A Snow-Clad Monarch of the Rockies by Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith



  1. [1] GeoBC (retrieved 20 April 2012)
  2. [2] Library and Archives Canada (retrieved 20 April 2012)

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