I do hope that you don't mind me "picking your brains", so to speak, but I should
be very much obliged if you would pass on the attached image to any of the members
of your Network who might know something about the label shown
To explain; I collect Political / Propaganda / Commemorative labels from both the
World Wars, and I like to write them up in as much detail as I can, such as which
organisation produced them, and when--in this instance I assume late 1945 / early
1946, but I would like to know exactly when.
I first tried the Imperial War Museum, and then a number of Northern Ireland Philatelic
Societies/Clubs, but none have been able to assist, so, given the postmark, perhaps
it is a local production, hence my query to you.
Hopefully, your Network can assist, and I look forward to hearing from you in due
course, meantime, I thank you in advance for looking into the matter for me.
Mike Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org
The dramatic story of the author’s childhood home, a Fylde farm called Todderstaffe,
first mentioned in 1332, it was part of the ancient manor of Staining. In 1296 it
was given to Whalley Abbey. In 1853 Thomas Miller added it to his Manor of Singleton.
Thomas Smith became a tenant in 1924 and his descendant purchased the farm in 1966.