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Signed by the legendary trainer, Sir Michael Stoute, this limited edition framed print features an enlargement of the Shergar stamp together with an individually mounted stamp from the Racehorse Legends set painted by the renowned equestrian artist, Michael Turner. For delivery in the UK only.
This superbly produced 64-page hardback volume contains all the Special Stamps launched during the course of the year and features a dedicated section on each issue.
Michael Heslop is the artist behind the stunning Racehorse Legends stamp illustrations. All eight Racehorse Legends Special Stamps are individually mounted and set in a black frame. Handmade for Royal Mail in the UK.
This individually numbered limited edition of just 9,000 Medal Cover combines the Special Stamps issued in April 2017 to celebrate eight legendary racehorses 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. The Special Stamps are based on specially-commissioned paintings by renowned artist Michael Heslop and include Frankel. Red Rum, Shergar and Arkle. Inside is a fully illustrated summary of the history of horseracing in the UK as well as a pen picture of the horses featured in the set of stamps. . The Medal Cover also comes with a complimentary pull-out containing key stats about and photos of each of the horses that appear on the stamps.
Specially designed to show off your First Day Covers in their full glory. Comes complete with 17 leaves. Extra Leaves are available in packs of 10. Code PA001.
Keep all your Mint Stamps safe and secure. This stylish red album comes with 25 quadrille pages. Stamp Mounts are not included with this album. Code PA188
Ten First Day Cover or Presentation Pack Album Leaves. Code PA002
Pack of 25 quadrille pages designed for Royal Mail Stamp Album and require stamp hinges not supplied by Royal Mail. Code PB320