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Country/Region of Manufacture:
Germany
Topic:
Military, War
Year of Issue:
1941-1950
Certification:
Uncertified
Quality:
Used
Type:
Cover
Cancellation Type:
Machine Cancel
Grade:
Ungraded
Era:
WWII
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APO
Military:
Army
Army:
Signal
Country:
Germany
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12 Cent
State:
Connecticut
Place of Origin:
United States


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