#M11593 – 2015 $3.25 Sir Winfred Stokes (WWI)

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 Mint Stamp Sheet Honors World War I-Era Stokes Mortar

These five mint stamps picture applications of the stokes mortar during World War I.  You'll see the inventor of the stokes mortar (Sir Wilfred Stokes), soldiers on the front using the weapon, King George V inspecting the weapon, and more.  In the selvage you'll see pieces of trivia about the stokes mortar and its use during World War I.  This sheet is a window into the past and gives us a view of the front lines of the "war to end all wars."  Add it to your collection today.
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These five mint stamps picture applications of the stokes mortar during World War I.  You'll see the inventor of the stokes mortar (Sir Wilfred Stokes), soldiers on the front using the weapon, King George V inspecting the weapon, and more.  In the selvage you'll see pieces of trivia about the stokes mortar and its use during World War I.  This sheet is a window into the past and gives us a view of the front lines of the "war to end all wars."  Add it to your collection today.