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Senator signed covers from 1940's

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Stamps634 of 7081858 LetterSenator signed covers-1940's
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Posted 3 years ago

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sabyrd8
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These are the last three of the nine senator signed covers which I own in my collection of covers and stamps. I hope someone can enlightened me as to why the postage area was autographed in such a fashion as this. I am quite curious to know. Would also appreciate any infomation on possible value ...if any. Thanks.

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  1. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 3 years ago
    It was just another way of identifying that it was from the senator. It's a facsimile signature. I have a few from the 1970s.
  2. sabyrd8 sabyrd8, 3 years ago
    Thanks for the info VikingFan82. I appreciate the explanation. I'll jot that into my files.
  3. BeatleJim55 BeatleJim55, 3 years ago
    It's called a "Free Frank"...people in power...senator's...people in congress..etc.were allowed to send mail without a stamp...they would sign their name in the upper right hand corner or a stamp signature..and their mail would go through....

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