Cachet Examples

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A cachet is a picture or design that is drawn, imprinted, stamped, or otherwise attached to the cover. Cachets usually are designed around a single theme such as a holiday (ie, Christmas), a ship-related event (ie, Shakedown Cruise), historical anniversary (ie, State admission to the Union), etc. Cachets frequently identify the sponsor, director, designer, and / or artist.


Cachet commemorating the Thanksgiving holiday on board the destroyer U.S.S. Ralph Talbot DD-390
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Cachet commemorating the launching of the light cruiser U.S.S. Honolulu CL-48
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Handpainted cachet of the light cruiser U.S.S. Raleigh CL-7
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