Postage label: 'The Zeppelin Triumph,' 1914

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Winox Ltd: Maker
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1914

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Postage label: 'The Zeppelin Triumph,' 1914. Illustrated postage label, showing a bed covered with a white sheet displaying the Red Cross emblem. A Doctor and nurse stand behind a father and daughter who are seated. At the top of the label are the words: 'The Zeppelin Triumph' and underneath the image is written: 'But Mother had done nothing wrong, had she, Daddy?' Stamp was issued in 1914 as a form of British propaganda to suggest the cruelty of the Germans. On the reverse: 'Published by Winox Ltd, Richmond, Surrey, England.'
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1447/99

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