Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Pictorial cancellation of Canada: Red Cross

To look at other things than pictorial cancellations of France (an extinct race by now), let's see at a Canadian flamme :

made on the 3 March 1949 in Quebec city on a George VI stamp, it called to help the Canadian Red Cross. The adresses on the cover told us it was sent to an art school in Paris (whose covers seemed to fall into the stamp dealer's stock at the Carré Marigny, near the Champs-Élysées).

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