The Adaptations of Hall Caine First Day Cover

The Adaptations of Hall Caine First Day Cover
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Code:  WE91
Brand:  I.O.M. Post Office

Shipping Weight:  18g

Key Features

  
  • The Isle of Man's most illustrious and colourful characters
  • Six show-stopping stamps
  • Sir Thomas Hall Caine (1853- 1931)
  • A few of his better-known novels including The Eternal City, The Christian, The Bondman and perhaps his most famous, The Manxman
  • Available in Mint condition and Cancelled to Order
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The Adaptations of Hall Caine First Day Cover featuring the total set of 6 silent cinema, show-stopping stamps inspired by the popular Edwardian tales of among the Isle of Man's a lot of vibrant and illustrious characters, Hall Caine are perfectly displayed on this decorative envelope. The stamps are cancelled with a special postmark dated for the very first day of issue and are matched with a filler card including text written by Austin Mutti-Mewse.

First -Pola Negri (1894-1987). The undisputed quiet screen vamp made a significant effect in Barbed Wire (1927 ). Called 'the monarch of all melodramas', Negri swapped her normal glamorous attire for rags as a French, instead of Manx farm girl embeded in Normandy, France instead of the Isle of Man.

First - Anny Ondra (1903-1987). Alfred Hitchcock cast golden-haired Ondra as the heroine, pregnant by one male however married to another in The Manxman (1929 ). Besotted with her, Hitchcock cast her next in his very first 'talkie' Blackmail (1929 ). In spite of her elegant looks, her heavy accent was a barrier; for that reason her short minute in British cinema didn't last.

EU - Conrad Nagel (1897-1970). Nagel was called 'The Prince Consort' throughout the 1920s following a series of successful leading functions opposite Gloria Swanson, Bebe Daniels and Pola Negi, nevertheless by the arrival of sound his career was beginning to wane. He survived playing a series of supporting male roles and later became an establishing member of The Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences.

98p - Barbara La Marr (1896-1926). Exotic and dark with amazing beauty and high IQ led La Marr to renowned movie star status with a legion of fans. It was her wild personal life which maybe raised most interest; married 6 times, she enjoyed a wild love life which culminated in drug dependency and an early death by a believed overdose aged just 29.

RoW - Richard Dix (1894-1949). A stage star, Samuel Goldwyn plucked Dix for screen stardom as the graceful male lead in Not Guilty (1921 ). His well-demeaning nature earned him a strong reputation. When 'talkies' arrived he discovered himself cast aside. The Stock Market Crash of 1929 dealt him a 2nd major blow eliminating the majority of his fortune.

₤1.50 Norman Kerry (1894-1956). His handsome dark look made him an early matinee idol, starring opposite major stars of the day. As the lead in The Bondman, directed by Herbert Wilcox, his was Caine's favourite film efficiency. A real-life action hero, he joined the French Foreign Legion at the start of WWII, going back to the U.S. when France capitulated to Nazi Germany.

First -Pola Negri (1894-1987). The undisputed silent screen vamp made a significant effect in Barbed Wire (1927 ). Dubbed 'the king of all melodramas', Negri switched her typical attractive attire for rags as a French, rather than Manx farm woman set in Normandy, France rather of the Isle of Man.

Nagel was called 'The Prince Consort' during the 1920s following a series of effective leading roles opposite Gloria Swanson, Bebe Daniels and Pola Negi, however by the arrival of sound his career was beginning to subside.

Country of Issue Isle of Man
Issue Date 14th February 2018
Design Glazier Design
Illustrations

 

Text Austin Mutti-Mewse
Stamp Size

42 x 28mm

Colours 4
Process Offset Lithography
Perforations

13 per 2cms

Paper

110gms PVA Gummed

Number of Stamps 6
Format

Sheets of 20

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