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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.
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.
In 1915, the nature of warfare changed forever. Imperial War Historian Ian Kikuchi charts these developments in the Presentation Pack. Contains a;; six Special Stamps.Code AP402
A set of six Postcards, reproducing the Special Stamps at postcard size, allowing every detail to be appreciated. Code AQ221
The evocative image for the 1915 Poppy stamp is an abstract work by artist Howard Hodgkin, executed as a carborundum print.Code N3073
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
All three of the deeply symbolic poppy stamps from 2006, 2007 and 2008.
The 2006 Poppy stamp, self adhesive. AS841
Newly created Poppy imagery combined with poignant and thought-provoking poetry, art and photography in our 1917 First World War special stamp issue comprising three 1st class and three £1.57 denominations.
As the conflict entered its fourth year, pivotal moments such as the US entering the war and the U-boat menace are explored in authoritative and engaging detail. Includes all six Special stamps.
All six First World War – 1917 Special Stamps reproduced from the original artwork as postcards.
Written by Imperial War Museum historian Matt Brosnan, the Prestige Stamp Book explores further aspects of the First World War during 1917.