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The Early Universal Machine Cancellations: Trenton

The first postal marking machine used at Trenton was a Universal Type IV rented at $105/annum. According to the the Report of the Auditor General, this rental began March 28, 1917. This rental continued through March 31, 1919.

The dater hub is about 20mm in diameter, and its right side is about 11mm from the start of the obliterator.

6-line wavy -~- EKU: 1918-10-02 (1337), LKU: 1919-10-06 (1035)

DateTimeNotesOwnership
OCT 2 19186:30 PM3¢ letter to Hamilton, British Chemical corner