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Written by Imperial War Museum historian Matt Brosnan, the Prestige Stamp Book explores further aspects of the First World War during 1917.
In this detailed souvenir book, historian Matt Brosnan examines the causes of the First World War. Features all six First World War Special Stamps in panes and combinations of Definitive stamps that are unavailable anywhere else.Code YB055
In the second Prestige Stamp Book of this series, Imperial War Museum historian Matt Brosnan charts the development of the war during 1915. Contains all six Special Stamps, a unique stamp pane and re-printed Army Uniforms Special stamps.
1916 saw a number of the war’s most momentous battles and pivotal moments, including the Battle of the Somme. The key events of this fateful year are explored in authoritative and engaging detail in the Prestige Stamp Book. Code YB064
This poignant Commemorative Sheet recognizes the role played by The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in the First World War. The Sheet, marking the centenary of the first ANZAC Day, comprises ten labels with First Class Poppy stamps.Code AV042
This fateful day in 1066 is marked by the Battle of Hastings Commemorative Sheet. 10 dramatic labels beside 10 First Class English Country Definitive stamps map the background to the battle, the engagement itself, and the aftermath.
In 2017 London will get its first new, national museum in over a decade The Postal Museum. Royal Mail have worked together with the Museum to produce a stamp sheet to commemorate this event.
This Commemorative Sheet traces the history of this famed fighting force who have soldiered for the British for 200 years.Code AV039
This pack commemorates the Post Office Rifles on the centenary of their arrival in France on 18th March 1915. It documents their bravery, tenacity and character during their time in the trenches on the Western Front.
It was a general’s worst nightmare but a dream come true for the rank and file dodging death in the trenches. On Christmas Day in 1914, British and German troops climbed from their dugouts and met as friends in no man’s land.Code AV030
In April 2015 Royal Mail will be issuing a Commemorative Sheet to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Anthony Trollope, who was one of the most successful and respected English novelists of the Victorian era and had a long association with the Post Office. Code AV032