Great Britain



Catalog: Drummond OS6

Date issued: Unknown, EKU August 10, 1912

Printing: Black

Perforation: 10

Inscription: "G. (crown) R. / FOUND OPEN / AND / OFFICIA(LLY) / SEALE(D.)"

Control Number: "M.-(No. 75.)" over line at upper right

Description: Brittle 1914 picture post card from London, England to Woolshamston(?), England torn in half and repaired with large George V era official seal.

Courtesy of Jim Kotanchik by permission.




Catalog: Drummond OS7d

Date issued: Unknown, EKU April 24, 1916

Printing: Black

Perforation: 10

Inscription: "G. (crown) R. / FOUND / OPEN / (OR TORN) / AND / OFFICIALLY / SECURED."

Control Number: "Pmrs.--480" and "(late M.-No.75)." under line at top left

Description: Blue 1916 envelope to a soldier of the Middle East Forces in Egypt. The recipient was listed as "killed in action". Letter opened and resealed with three official seals, then returned to sender.

Courtesy of Jim Kotanchik by permission.

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