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All eight Special Stamps, reproduced from the original stamp artwork as postcards. A highly original gift idea, which is also ideal for framing.
This exceptional cover combines the Special Stamps with a specially commissioned medal from The Royal Mint. Designed by the engraver Laura Clancy, the medal features the legendary racehorse Hyperion and the words: The Sport of Kings.
A blank envelope with racehorses image in the bottom left hand corner. Includes an information card featuring facts on each horse, including their birthplace, owner, trainer and most famous race.
The Presentation Pack has been written by horse-racing expert and former jockey Brough Scott MBE, and includes quotes from those who knew the horses best, including Sir Henry Cecil, Ruby Walsh and ‘Ginger’ McCain.
The 50 Years of a Design Icon Stamp Sheet features six stamps at First Class values with essays, preliminary sketches and photographs from 1966.
Includes six First Class definitive stamps and features a quote from Edward Short, Postmaster General, from 1967.
The 50 Years of a Design Icon Press Sheet comprises eight Stamp Sheets and is individually numbered with a limited edition of 1,000.
The Golden Anniversary Celebration Press Sheet comprises eight Stamp Sheets and is individually numbered with a limited edition of 1,000.
The Presentation Pack Brings together the 50 Years of a Design Icon and the Golden Anniversary Celebration Stamp Sheets in one Presentation Pack.
The Machin Definitive Anniversary Postcards includes six stamps and the two Stamp Sheets reproduced from the original artwork as postcards. An ideal keepsake of the Machin Definitive Anniversary.
The 9,000 limited edition Medal Cover includes a medal created by The Royal Mint showing the stamp effigy on the obverse and the coinage effigy on the reverse.
The Prestige Stamp Book explores the evolution of the Machin design, from the early sketches in 1966 through to the present day. There are five stamp panes, including a block of four £1 stamps, printed using gold foil.