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Stamp with Postmark
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Queen Elizabeth II
Arnold Machin (Harrison and Sons)
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Slogan includes the image of a young girl performing sign language. Postmark is very heavy and well printed - a great example of this version. Via the Postmark Society Catalogue of Slogan Postmarks of the UK vol. 3, this postmark is given the number (General Slogan; GS) 3662. It is titled the “British Deaf Association Cares” and was in use from the 2nd of November, 1985, to the 29th of March, 1986.
Circular Date Stamp (CDS): CARLISLE CUMBRIA / — 14 DEC 1981 / B ++ Slogan: The British Deaf Association CARES
Unknown, on December 14,1981
X-series (Standard) Machins
1 band (centre)
Not applicable (Not applicable)
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