Ship Seal Examples

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A Ship's Seal is a seal sometimes found on naval covers that includes the U.S. Navy Department emblem and the ship's name. Typically, the seal is colorless and is embossed (deeply imprinted) on the cover. Sometimes the ship's seal is in the form of a sticker pasted to the cover.

Examples

Closeup of a ship seal embossed on a cover from the battleship U.S.S. Oklahoma BB-37
Oklahoma seal.jpg


Closeup of a ship seal sticker pasted on a cover from the submarine U.S.S. Cachalot SS-170
Cachalot seal.jpg

 


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