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Numbered, limited edition of 70. Stamp cancellation and titling printed in silver foil.Made in the UK. *****UK orders only!****
Limited edition of 10,000. £5 coin struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard. On the obverse the coin features a special portrait of the royal couple created by sculptor Etienne Millner.
Individually numbered, limited edition of just 5,000. Features a superb, full colour poster of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip on their wedding day.
Features the special issue Stamp Sheet mounted in a black frame. Handmade for Royal Mail in the UK. Dimensions W 25.5cm x H 18.5cm.
The six-stamp Stamp Sheet features three pairs of stamps with images from 1947. Two stamps mark the Royal Engagement, two the Royal Wedding and two the Royal Honeymoon.
Includes The Royal Wedding: Platinum Anniversary Stamp Sheet. Designed by Mytton Williams and written by royal correspondent Robert Hardman, and features a description of the royal couple’s wedding and a wealth of archive images.
Save 10% compared to the cost of buying each item individually. The bundle comprises: Souvenir Pack, Presentation Pack, Stamp Sheet Souvenir and Postcards (seven in set).
Numbered, limited edition of 500. Comprises 14 of The Royal Wedding: Platinum Anniversary Miniature Sheets. Dimensions W 45cm x H 58cm.
Includes all six stamps, plus the complete Stamp Sheet reproduced from the original stamp artwork as postcards. A perfect gift for every admirer of the Royal Family.
The Medal Cover brings all six Special Stamps together with a commemorative medal from The Royal Mint. This features an illustration of the Castle on the obverse and a quote from Samuel Pepys on the reverse: “It is the most romantique castle that is in the world.”
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.
The front of the envelope displays a photograph of the newlyweds enjoying a walk during their honeymoon at Broadlands. The information card, which was designed by Mytton Williams and written by royal correspondent Robert Hardman.