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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.
30 years ago on 13 June 1987, Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne received the title ‘Princess Royal’ from her mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Royal Mail bring you a Commemorative Sheet to celebrate our Princess Royal.
Enables you to own every Special Stamp in this glorious stamp issue. Provides a 10% saving on the cost of buying these items individually.
The richly illustrated Presentation Pack describes how Windsor Castle has changed over the centuries, as well as how the 1992 fire led to additional restoration. Includes all six Special stamps and the Stamp Sheet.
Features an authoritative overview of Windsor Castle’s history and describes the changes made by successive monarchs. In addition to its unique stamp panes, the Prestige Stamp Book includes a wealth of superb photographs.
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.”
The Stamp Sheet focuses on St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.The four stamps feature the Sir Reginald Bray roof boss, the fan-vaulted roof, the Garter banners and the St George’s Cross roof boss.
Six Special Stamps in two horizontal se-tenant strips of three. Three exteriors: The Long Walk, The Round Tower and The Norman Gate. Three interiors: St George’s Hall, The Queen’s Ballroom and The Waterloo Chamber.
All of the Special Stamps and the complete Stamp Sheet, reproduced from the original artwork at postcard size. A superb keepsake of both Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel.
The Stamp Book features the Sir Reginald Bray roof boss and the fan-vaulted roof stamps. Includes four red First Class Definitive stamps.
An envelope with a Windsor Castle image in the bottom right and containing an information card featuring the Green Drawing Room and an overview of the origins of Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel.
A Sapphire Blue £5 High Value Definitive, with an iridescent overprint featuring the legend: ‘65th Anniversary of Accession’. Brought to you in pristine condition to make an exceptional keepsake.
An un-stamped and unaddressed envelope with card inside.