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Featuring all ten 1916 stamps plus the complete Miniature Sheet. Reproduced from the original stamp artwork at postcard size. The ideal way to enjoy every detail of these poignant stamps.Code AQ236
Features all six First World War – 1915 Special Stamps, set on a white canvas within individual mounts and in a black ash effect frame. Code N3072
The evocative image for the 1915 Poppy stamp is an abstract work by artist Howard Hodgkin, executed as a carborundum print.Code N3073
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.
Following the series themes of Poppy, Poetry, Portraits, War Art, Memorials and Artefacts, the Mint Stamps feature David Gentleman’s cameo head of The Queen in Royal Mail Red, echoing the colour of poppies, that most poignant symbol of remembrance.
These six First World War 1914 centenary stamps represent the six series themes of Poppy, Poetry, Portraits, War Art, Memorials and Remembrance and Artefacts. Code AS27A
Designed to resemble a newspaper of the time, the First World War 1914 Presentation Pack explores the political and economic context within which war broke out in 1914. Contains all six Special Stamps.
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
Fiona Strickland’s lovely watercolour for the Poppy Special Stamp has been reproduced at full size to reveal all the fine texture and translucency of this most symbolic flower’s petals.Code N3067
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
As befits a series of such historic importance, we are proud to offer this unique Great War Collector Album and Slipcase. It will hold and display every First World War Special Stamp produced in the whole five-year series.Code PA777