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6 May, 2015

LINKS Collectorsweekly The Best of Vintage and Antiques… Ephemera Blog Exploring the world of paper… Passport Stampaholic Passport chops, Immigration paraphernalia, stories Passport stamps and visas Another site on Flickr with a broad collection… History of Canadian PassportsBackground information… Scottish Passports Scottish archive network, with scanned examples… The Ephemera Society of America The society is a non-profit organization formed in 1980 to cultivate and encourage interest in ephemera and...

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Experiences as a Queen’s Messenger

1 October, 2014
Experiences as a Queen’s Messenger

Experiences as a Queen’s Messenger by Lieutenant Colonel Kimmins John Kimmins had an army career which started in Sandhurst from where he joined a Cavalry regiment. On retirement at 55 he became a Queen’s Messenger. For those who know little more than that there are such individuals as Queens’ messengers it seems like an easy job: flying Club class everywhere (although in the early days this was always first...

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Diplomatic Passport – Council of Foreign Ministers

1 August, 2011

The 4th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers, Moscow, March 10-April 24, 1947 Here is an interesting diplomatic passport issued in 1947 for the specific intention of attending this post-WW2 conference. The conference was held at Moscow and discussed where issues on post-war matters. Interesting that the US Secretary of State, only one month in the job, himself signed this passport when it was issued in February: George...

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