This one on a New York Times advertizing cover is probably my favourite from my collection:
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Perhaps "Brother Ted" is part of this set:BigSaint wrote:Goldcraft fdcs also produced cachets for other political figures perhaps I would describe them as prominant political figures of the Kennedy era. Below are the ones I have but I don't know who else might be included in this series:
Although Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ), the man who succeeded JFK, might be a good guess as being included.
Stampraiderstampraider wrote:Hi Brad,
Does this interest you? It is unwritten, unsealed, and is blank on the reverse.
Two new examples to add:BigSaint wrote:As I collect these covers I find cachets that are not in "Mellone's Specialized Catalogue" of FDCs. In a number of cases all of the examples of a particular cachet are addressed to the one collector, in this instance "Murray Harris" of North Hollywood.
I therefore refer to this cachet as a "Harris" cachet & the towns, all of these places are within a 30 mile radius of North Hollywood, that I have are:
North Hollywood (as shown above)
Van Nuys - Sherman Oaks Station
Above & below some exotic creations of Murray Harris.
Thank you Alex, I would love to have them, I will send you an email. Is there anything I can keep my eye out for you.
Thank you Sheldon, I appreciate any help that I can receive.Sheldon wrote:I am new to this board. I may be able to help you with your search for new items!
I lived in La Habra, CA from 1963-1985 and have been involved with stamps since the
I am still in the general area, about an hour away from there.
Did you ever find out who had the PO Box in Cypress ??
Thank you Sheldon, email sent.Sheldon wrote:Brad,
Can you please send me an email so I will have your address
Perhaps this one is from this setBigSaint wrote:Another of these Goldcraft cachets but this time in green, the first I have seen. Perhaps these are of US State Governors:
John Bowden Connally, Jr. (February 27, 1917 – June 15, 1993), was an American politician. As a Democrat he served as as Secretary of the Navy under President John F. Kennedy, as the 39th Governor of Texas, and as Secretary of the Treasury under President Richard Nixon. While Governor of Texas, he was seriously wounded when President Kennedy was assassinated.
Can you please send me your email address too ?
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