#M4267 – North Pole Expedition Cover

Own Covers Carried on the Daring Ski Trek Over the North Pole

 

Signed by the Expedition Members – Limited Quantity!

 
 
8 Reasons You Should Buy This Cover:
 
  1. Actually carried by an expedition member throughout the 3½-month trek across the North Pole in 1988
  2. Five cancellations document key points of the historic journey
  3. Signed by the nine expedition members
  4. Stamped with Soviet and Canadian stamps
  5. Specially designed cachet featuring Soviet and Canadian flags
  6. A souvenir of the historic journey that linked “East and West through North…”
  7. Affordable price for such a well-traveled souvenir
  8. Soviet stamp features the sought-after World Wildlife Fund panda logo
  About the Journey On March 3, 1988, a group of Soviets and Canadians embarked on an epic journey to ski over the North Pole starting from Siberia – a total of 1,110 miles!  They reached the North Pole on April 25, and completed their nearly 2½-year expedition a month later when they reached Canada. Click here to read the fascinating story.
 
 
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Own Covers Carried on the Daring Ski Trek Over the North Pole

 

Signed by the Expedition Members – Limited Quantity!

 
 
8 Reasons You Should Buy This Cover:
 
  1. Actually carried by an expedition member throughout the 3½-month trek across the North Pole in 1988
  2. Five cancellations document key points of the historic journey
  3. Signed by the nine expedition members
  4. Stamped with Soviet and Canadian stamps
  5. Specially designed cachet featuring Soviet and Canadian flags
  6. A souvenir of the historic journey that linked “East and West through North…”
  7. Affordable price for such a well-traveled souvenir
  8. Soviet stamp features the sought-after World Wildlife Fund panda logo

 

About the Journey

On March 3, 1988, a group of Soviets and Canadians embarked on an epic journey to ski over the North Pole starting from Siberia – a total of 1,110 miles!  They reached the North Pole on April 25, and completed their nearly 2½-year expedition a month later when they reached Canada.

Click here to read the fascinating story.