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The fully illustrated Presentation Pack explores the origins of the British toy industry, and examines the history of each of these classic toys. Displays all 10 of the issue’s Special Stamps.
A superb memento of those halcyon days, the Stamp Souvenir is identical to the First Day Cover but without the personalisation. It’s cancelled with the Toys Hill, Edenbridge postmark comprising the face of a teddy bear, one of the most popular and enduring toys of all time.
A blank envelope featuring the Classic toys logo and an illustrated information card with a brief history of each toy, written by expert David Smith.
Reproduced from the original stamp artwork as postcards. Ideal for collecting, framing or sending as postcards. The perfect way to enjoy these images in all their glory.
10 Classic Toys Special Stamps featuring: The Merrythought Bear, Sindy, Spirograph, Stickle Bricks, W. Britain toy figures, Spacehopper, Fuzzy-Felt, Meccano, Action Man and Hornby Dublo as two horizontal se-tenant strips of five First Class stamps.
Written by Ladybird books collector and expert Helen Day. She recounts the story of Ladybird books in a unique A-to-Z format. Includes all eight Ladybird Books Special Stamps.
Save 10% on the Framed Stamps, Presentation Pack and Postcards with this bundle, compared with the cost of buying each item individually.
All eight Special Stamps reproduced from the original stamp artwork as postcards. An ideal gift idea that’s also suitable for collecting.
All eight Special Stamps, individually mounted and set in a black frame. Handmade exclusively for Royal Mail in the UK.
The Special Stamps cover these themes: Adventures from History and Well-loved Tales, 2nd Class. Key Words Reading Scheme and Early Tales and Rhymes, 1st Class. Hobbies and How it Works and People at Work, £1.40. Nature and Conservation and Achievements, £1.57.
The cover design features a colourful stack of Ladybird books, with the logo visible on each book spine and includes an information card written by Ladybird books collector and expert Helen Day.
Identical to the First Day Cover but without the personalised name and address details. Cancelled with the Loughborough handstamp, marking the location of Wills & Hepworth Limited where Ladybird books were printed until 1999.