Tuesday, 7 June 2022

June 2022 slogan postmarks and other interesting postal markings.

As was expected, and predicted the PLATINUM JUBILEE slogan which started on 28 May has continued into June.

Her Majesty's
Platinum Jubilee
70 Years of Service
1952-2022
Thank you ma'am

This example was on a letter we received today, from Greenford/Windsor Mail Centre 06/06/2022.

Platinum Jubilee slogan postmark used at Greenford/Windsor Mail Centre 06/06/2022



UPDATE 10 June: Royal Mail has marked the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the Fakland Islands with the latest slogan postmark.

40th Anniversary
Liberation of the
Falkland Islands
14 June 2022

Here is an example which arrived here this morning from Greenford/Windsor Mail Centre 08/06/2022 and we also have the same format sent by JE (Preston 09/06/2022) and LT (Sheffield 08/06/22).

Liberation of the Falklands 40th anniversary slogan postmark Greenford/Windsor Mail Centre 08/06/22

Liberation of the Falklands 40th anniversary slogan postmark Lancashire and South Lakes Mail Centre 09/06/22

Liberation of the Falklands 40th anniversary slogan postmark Sheffield Mail Centre 08/06/22


UPDATE: My thanks to JE for the 'other' format from the iLSM machine at Mount Pleasant Mail Centre on 10-06-2022 on a Mail Rail Platinum Jubilee Post and Go stamp.

Liberation of the Falklands 40th anniversary slogan postmark Mount Pleasant Mail Centre 10-06-2022


UPDATE 16 June:  The latest slogan arrived here today from Edinburgh, and I was sent one by RW from Tyneside Mail Centre.  It's the latest in Royal Mail's tie-up with the Greetings card industry.

Don't forget
Father's Day
Sunday 19 June



Don't forget Father's Day slogan postmark Tyneside NE/SR Mail Centre 15/06/2022

Don't forget Father's Day slogan postmark Edinburgh Mail Centre 15-06-2022

 


 



This is the place where all news about June postmarks - provided by readers or discovered by us - will be posted.  Please check back and refresh the page before sending anything which may have already been sent since you last looked: this will save you time scanning and writing.  Variants on postmarks already shown are welcome.



1 comment:

  1. What a sad reflexion of ruling+class morals it is that the egregious event of 2nd July gets a set of stamps but the heroic liberation of The Falklands gets just a postmark.

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