Luck chain letter. Luck of London (Fl-pr type). Ends:
"Good luck." Marked "unmailable". US, 1943.
The Luck of London was sent to
me and I am sending it to you. This chain was started by an American officer.
It has been around the world four times. The one who breaks it has bad luck.
Copy this letter and see what happens to you four days after you receive
Do not keep this letter. It must be posted in four days after you receive
it. It will bring you good luck. Send this letter and four others to people
you wish luck.
Gracie Fields received $4,500 after sending it. Dr. Ambrose won $2,000
but lost it because he broke the chain. It will bring you good luck four
days after sending it. Send no money.
Published: The Portsmouth-Herald
(Portsmouth, New Hampshire), April 9, 1943, p. 4.
"The Portsmouth postoffice this week picked up this chain letter, which
was mailed in this city, and quicker than it takes to lick a stamp, it was
marked 'chain letter, unmailable.' Here it is - would you fall? [text] "Too
bad the letter was anonymous. Maybe the sender would be interested in the
amazing things our magic carpet can do." Entered by DWV, Aug. 24, 2014.
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