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Covers should be listed in chronological order. Use the postmark date or best guess.


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UK Machine Cancel

Maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York



Locy Type 2z

Sailor's Mail
Censored, Airmail

Censored wartime (WWII) use...U.S. Naval Attache American Embassy London...Back is clean


Locy Type 2z*

Sailor's Mail
Censored, Airmail

Censored wartime (WWII) use...N.P.O. #525 Identified as Naval Port Office Exeter Devonshire England...Front red/blue "Air Mail" sticker...Back is clean


Locy Type 7z*

Officer's Mail

Censored, Airmail. Navy No 100 identified as Special Naval Observer Office, London England. Postal facilities established on October 3 1943. The cover was mailed to San Francisco CA (backstamped on back, Dec 1945), redirected to Fairfield Iowa (duplex postmark dated Dec 17 1945) and then redirected to Schenectady NY with a manuscript notation.


Locy Type 7z*

Officer's Mail

Insert to the Nov 30 1945 cover.
Note: After WW2, the sender, Denwood N. Kelly, was a distinguished philatelist and numismatist specializing in Colonial Maryland. Denwood N. Kelly (now deceased) won the APS Luft Award in 1976.



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