Unlisted FDC, likely very rare! Picture of the Federal Palace of Switzerland – (Swiss Parliament / Bundeshaus) in Bern. Issued: 05.03.1958 with French PM (Berne). Anniversary stamp set 1958 (Werbemarken), including the Salvation Army (bonnet) stamp (SG 590). This particular FDC was a private initiative of a Swiss stampdealer in Lugano. The shop was closed in the sixties, and the stock left untouched until recently, when his grandson discovered these covers. He guessed that only 5 – 10 covers like this are still around.
UK Christmas 1998 w / local SA slogan PM (Fareham). Issued 02 Nov 1998 (First day issue for the stamp set). Double postmark with Angel Bank and LOCAL Fareham – Hants Salvation Army slogan postmark. RARE automat PM, not seen before!!! The usual SA automat PM was used at the IHQ, this was issued locally and is more simplistic.
Goodwill Centenary Maxicard issued in 1986 (First day of issue for the stamp). Special Centenary postmark. Issued by the Historic relics with industry year stamp. Rare first day maxicard. Not seen before. If set, this set & postmark has a very high value in the BFDC catalogue ( £120). Estimated value: £10 +. Here is the official FDC by the Historic Relics.
Salvation Army’s 155th world anniversary issued by the Republique of Liberia, with both souvenir sheet with set of four SA motifs and a souvenir sheet picturing a SA Christmas kettle. Here are two proofs signed by minister / post master general, no 001!!
Salvation Army world centennial celebrated on an unlisted US FDC. Text: A century of Service to God and man. The cachet pictures two soldiers. Stamp: single Stanley Gibbons 1249. Must be rare, I have not seen it before. The picture seems to be a simple imitation of that seen on the centenary coin issued to the same anniversary. See picture of it on this cover. or on the SA_4.20 cover
Rare Swiss Salvation Army FDC from the SA 75th anniversary in Switzerland. Issued 05.03.1958. Postmark: Bern (German text). The cachet pictures the SA stamp and the cover was issued by the National Head Quarter. Very seldom seen!