Difference between revisions of "Cachet Maker Alfred C Hinzpeter"

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<tr><th valign="center" align="center" width="120">Thumbnail Link To Cachet Close-Up Image
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<tr><th valign="center" align="center" width="120">Thumbnail Link<br/>To Cachet<br/>Close-Up Image
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</th><th valign="center" align="center" width="350">Thumbnail Link<br/>To Full<br/>Cover Front Image
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</th><th valign="center" align="center" width="120">Thumbnail Link<br/>To Postmark<br/>or Back Image
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[[Image:GregCiesielski_SaintCroix_APA231_19441109_2_Cachet.jpg|thumb|center|100px]]
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[[Image:GregCiesielski_SaintCroix_APA231_19441109_1_Front.jpg|thumb|center|200px]]
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[[Image:GregCiesielski_WilliamHLane_LS3111_19450401_2_Back.jpg|thumb|center|300px]]
 
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[[Image:GregCiesielski_SaintCroix_APA231_19441109_1_Postmark.jpg|thumb|center|100px]]
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1944-11-09<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Vancouver WA<br/>[[SAINT_CROIX_LPA_231_ | USS Saint Croix APA-231]]
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1944-1945<br/>Maritime & Naval Vessels
 
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Launching
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Rubber Stamp Launching cachets
 
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Alfred C. Hinzpeter's address.
 
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1944-11-16<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Vancouver WA<br/>[[SEVIER_LPA_233_ | USS Sevier APA-233]]
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1944-11-09<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Vancouver WA<br/>[[SAINT_CROIX_LPA_231_ | USS Saint Croix APA-231]]
 
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Launching
 
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1945-04-01<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Portland OR<br/>SS William H. Lane
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1944-11-16<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Vancouver WA<br/>[[SEVIER_LPA_233_ | USS Sevier APA-233]]
 
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Launching
 
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Cachet incorrectly names the ship "Fort Lane" and designates her as USS<br/>
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William H. Lane (Hull No. 3111) was a Liberty Ship built as a Maritime Commission EC2-S-C1 hull. She was a 441 foot Freighter of the Liberty Class with her keel being laid on February 5 1945. William H. Lane was loaned to the French government in 1945 and was sold outright to the French in 1947. Under the French flag she was renamed "Port en Bessin". She was scrapped in 1968.
 
 
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1945-04-01<br/>USPO Machine Postmark<br/>Portland OR<br/>SS William H. Lane
 
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Close-up view of Alfred C. Hinzpeter's marking on the back of the William H. Lane cover.
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Cachet incorrectly names the ship "Fort Lane" and designates her as USS<br/>
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William H. Lane (Hull No. 3111) was a Liberty Ship built as a Maritime Commission EC2-S-C1 hull. She was a 441 foot Freighter of the Liberty Class with her keel being laid on February 5 1945. William H. Lane was loaned to the French government in 1945 and was sold outright to the French in 1947. Under the French flag she was renamed "Port en Bessin". She was scrapped in 1968.
 
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Revision as of 21:11, 12 July 2019


Cachets should be listed in chronological order based on earliest known usage. Use the postmark date or best guess. This applies to add-on cachets as well.


 

Thumbnail Link
To Cachet
Close-Up Image
Thumbnail Link
To Full
Cover Front Image
Thumbnail Link
To Postmark
or Back Image
Postmark Date
Postmark Type
Killer Bar Text
Ship
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Category


 

N/A

GregCiesielski WilliamHLane LS3111 19450401 2 Back.jpg

N/A

1944-1945
Maritime & Naval Vessels

Rubber Stamp Launching cachets

Alfred C. Hinzpeter's address.


 

N/A

GregCiesielski SaintCroix APA231 19441109 1 Front.jpg

N/A

1944-11-09
USPO Machine Postmark
Vancouver WA
USS Saint Croix APA-231

Launching

Note:


 

N/A

GregCiesielski Sevier APA233 19441116 1 Front.jpg

N/A

1944-11-16
USPO Machine Postmark
Vancouver WA
USS Sevier APA-233

Launching

Note:


 

N/A

GregCiesielski WilliamHLane LS3111 19450401 1 Front.jpg

N/A

1945-04-01
USPO Machine Postmark
Portland OR
SS William H. Lane

Launching

Cachet incorrectly names the ship "Fort Lane" and designates her as USS
William H. Lane (Hull No. 3111) was a Liberty Ship built as a Maritime Commission EC2-S-C1 hull. She was a 441 foot Freighter of the Liberty Class with her keel being laid on February 5 1945. William H. Lane was loaned to the French government in 1945 and was sold outright to the French in 1947. Under the French flag she was renamed "Port en Bessin". She was scrapped in 1968.

 


 

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