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World War II Patriotic cover

Scott Catalogue USA: C25
Description:

"All Out War Means We're All In The Fight! ... Do your bit NOW"

The serviceman's cover passed through Naval censor and the Fleet Post Office, New York City before delivery to Buffalo. Postmarked U. S. Navy, October 18, 1944. A six-cent Scott C25 (air mail postage) is affixed. The cachet design that incorporates a tank and airplane is by George Richardson of the District of Columbia.

Date:
October 18, 1944
Markings:
U.S. / OCT / 18 / 1944 / NAVY [cancel] PASSED BY / aoe / NAVAL CENSOR [censor handstamp and initials, lower right corner] All OUT War / means we're all IN the fight! / Do your bit NOW [cachet]
Medium:
paper; ink; adhesive
Dimensions:
8.9 x 16.5 cm (3.5 x 6.5 in.)
Museum ID:
2002.2035.206
Place of Origin:
New York
Place of Destination:
New York

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