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 NAVYCOVERS:Offering Naval & Merchant ship covers to collectors & gift buyers. Also offered are military,and covered bridge cacheted envelopes. Operated by Alvin Eckert(USCS #9964)who has over 20 years of experience designing and printing custom & special order cacheted envelopes

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 P: What is a Cover?
  R: a "cover" is a decorated collectable envelope, usually a small, non-window 6 3/4x 3 5/8 white envelope with three features: 1.It has a postage stamp that relates to the event, topic or ship or lighthouse, covered bridge, etc.. 2. it has a postmark that speaks to the event, topic, ship, etc. 3. has a decorative design (called a cachet) on the left
 P: Is there a market for Naval Covers?
  R: There is an active market for Naval Covers on E-Bay, at stamp shows, and among members of the Universal Ship Cancellation Society (USCS). The USCS has a monthly journal the USCS LOG, that lists special events for Navy ships and is a one stop market for these collectables. Join Today!
 P: Who buys Naval Covers?
  R: Naval Covers are very much like first day covers. They are collected by former Navy men or women, stamp collectors, and the general public who buy naval covers as gifts to former crewmen, relatives who were in the Navy,etc.
 P: What is a Naval Cover?
  R: A "Naval Cover" is a small, collectable envelope, 3 5/8 by 6 1/2 inches, that has three features: 1. a postage stamp that relates to the ship. 2. a postmark from the ship, or from a shore station that matches the event (keel laying, launching, commissioning, port visit, decommissioning, etc. 3. a printed or hand drawn design on the left side.