|The pictures show views of this 1960 Royal Canadian Mounted Police Christmas & New Years Card With Envelope. The envelope was postmarked on December 13, 1960. It was mailed from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada to a Beverly, Massachusetts address. The cover has a two cent Queen Elizabeth II postage stamp.|
The front of the card has a Royal Candadian Mounted Police crest with a crown, bison, wreath, and a banner. It is marked as follows:
MAINTIENS LE DROIT
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE
There is a colorful image inside of a chapel interior. The card is signed by an Arnold Baldwin, and it is marked on the inside and back as follows:
WITH BEST WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR
SACTUARY AND MEMORIAL WINDOWS,
R.C.M.P. CHAPEL, FOUNDED 1894, REGINA, SASK.
HIORNS & MILLER DEVONPORT, ENGLAND
There is a blue and gold ribbon that holds the pages together. To judge the sizes the closed card measures 6'' x 4-1/2''. Aside from being signed, the card appears to be in mint condition as pictured. The envelope has some light wear from being handled.