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Identical to the First Day Cover - Stamps, but without the personalised address. Available for 90 days from the day of issue. br>
Identical to the First Day Cover - Stamp Sheet, but without the personalised address. Available for 90 days from the day of issue.
Available now and includes an information card written by Timothy Darvill OBE, Professor of Archaeology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University.
Celebrate 45 years of fun from the original MR. MEN character with a special souvenir. Numbered, limited edition of 3,000. Features a unique Ticklerton postmark in striking blue ink. *Maximum of 5 items per***********customer*******
It’s not just the stamps that contain hidden elements. If you tip the envelope at certain angles another surprise will be revealed. Contains an information card that investigates the author’s life and work.
Includes details of all covers produced for British stamp issues from the 1840 Penny Black up to the final issue of 2015. Compiled, designed and edited by Adrian Bradbury, it is the most comprehensive catalogue of its kind available.Code VA290
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.
Slipcase designed to match the First Day Cover album. This item is currently out of stock and will be available for despatch from 22 MayCode PA672
This Special Offer includes an Album complete with 17 leaves together with a Slipcase, specially designed to display and protect your prized First Day Covers. Save £4.48 when bought together.This item is currently out of stock and will be available for despatch from 22 MayCode PA679
Designed to show each First Day Cover at its best. Code PA740
Blank Post & Go First Day Envelope with a fascinating and beautifully illustrated information card.
An envelope and information card featuring 'Capability' Brown image and history.