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1978/10/09 – Garrison Church of the Holy Nativity Hameln – First Day Cover

25th Anniversary of the Garrison Church of the Holy Nativity Hameln

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9 October 1978

25th Anniversary of the Garrison Church of the Holy Nativity Hameln

Commemorative Cover

Stamps: 9ᵖ „State Coach“ commemorative, issued 31 May 1978.

Special Handstamp: 25th Anniversary of the Garrison Church of the Holy Nativity,

Hameln 1953 – 1978, BFPS 1628, 9 OCT 78

Thanks for information to Darrell Drury from http://www.refdc.co.uk/

1973/05/23 – EXERCISE „MAKEFAST XXI“ – First Day Cover

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RE Special Cover: 23 May 1973

Exercise Makefast XXI

Commemorative Cover

Stamps: 3ᵖ Machin definitive, ultramarine.

Special Handstamp: Exercise Makefast XXI, Hameln, BFPS 1360, silhouette representing the German town of

Hameln in the centre.

Back of Envelope showing the Emblem of Hameln.

Thanks for information to Darrell Drury from http://www.refdc.co.uk/

 

1971/04/07 – Formation Day 28 Amphibious Engineer Regiment – First Day Cover

07.04.1971 - Formation Day 28 Amph Engr Regt - First Day Cover

7 April 1971

Formation Day 7 April 1971 28 Amphibious Engineer Regiment

First Day Cover

Stamps: 2ᵖ Machin definitive, green.

Special Handstamp: Formation 28 Amphibious Engineer Regiment BFPS 1143, Sketch

of Hameln Town with the Pied Piper in the centre

Thanks for information to Darrell Drury from http://www.refdc.co.uk/

 

 

1977/06/03 – Freedom of the Town – First Day Cover

03.06.1977 Freedom of the town - First Day Cover front

 

03.06.1977 Freedom of the town - First Day Back Cover

03.06.1977 Freedom of the town – First Day Cover inside

3 June 1977

Corps of Royal Engineers Freedom of the Town of Hameln

Commemorative Cover

Stamps: 8½ᵖ „Silver Jubilee“ commemorative, issued 11 May 1977.

Special Handstamp:

Freedom of the Town of Hameln, The Corps of RE, RE Cypher,

BSPF 3677.

Variation:

Misprint: The Bandsman’s Coat should be red not black.

The trousers , Flag and RE Cypher should be a dark blue

Thanks for information to Darrell Drury from http://www.refdc.co.uk/

 

 

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