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Commemorative Postage Covers "Queen Mary" 1st.Voyage.
Image 1 Commemorative Postage Covers "Queen Mary" 1st.Voyage. 3
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Sold Date: 02/29/2012
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay UK
Category: Transportation and Vehicles
These are two commemorative envelopes stamped to recognise the first crossings by R.M.S. "Queen Mary" to & from the UK& the USA; From UK to USA - stamped "Southampton,6 a.m.,27May,1936"The envelope has printed on it - "Per R.M.S. Queen Mary",1st.Voyage,Southampton - New York,27th.May,1936.",followed by a picture of the ship,with the words below - "Fyfe & Grey,The Stamp Shop,Union Street,Birmingham" (made & printed in England).The envelope is addressed to a" Moncrieff P.Ford,c/o Mr.Frank Wilson,Stamps,100,Sixth Avenue,New York,U.S.A." From USA to UK - stamped "Varick St.Sta.N.Y." & dated Jun 4,8.30 p.m. 1936.The details on the envelope are as above,with the exception that it is addressed to "Fyfe & Grey,The Stamp Shop,Union Street,Birmingham,2,England." The first envelope has it's overlapping gummed piece stuck to the inside of the envelope,and the second has the top and a side slit open.The USA stamps are 2 and 3 cents issue,& the UK is a Geo.Vth.1d.(red).