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Change of front cover design to Padlock image introduced on 28 July 2016. Contains 6 First Class stamps.
12 First Class Large stamps in a book with a change of font from Unica to Chevin and a slight change of hue. Introduced on 20 October 20 2016.Code UB399
12 Second Class stamps in a book with a change of font from Unica to Chevin. Introduced on 20 October 20 2016.Code UB400
Featuring the Compton Verney and Highclere Castle 1st Class Special Stamps and four 1st Class Definitives. A pocket-sized way to enjoy and share these splendid stamps.
Features the stamps of two of Beatrix Potter’s best loved characters: Peter Rabbit and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle.Code UB392
Includes the issue’s Special Stamps and Miniature Sheet, together with a unique pane of Definitive Stamps. 24 pages of engaging text, together with a wealth of drawings, sketches and paintings.Code YB066
1916 saw a number of the war’s most momentous battles and pivotal moments, including the Battle of the Somme. The key events of this fateful year are explored in authoritative and engaging detail in the Prestige Stamp Book. Code YB064
Released to coincide with the UK release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the 26-page book explores the role that Britain has played in the making of the Star Wars saga. Has all 12 Character and 'vehicles' Stamps.
In the second Prestige Stamp Book of this magnificent series, Imperial War Museum historian Matt Brosnan charts the development of the war during 1915. It contains all six Special Stamps, together with a unique Definitives pane and four stamps re- printed from the Army Uniforms Special issue. Code YB057
Four First Class Large stamps in a book. Introduced on 31st July 2014 as Royal Mail 08457 contact numbers change to 03457. Code UB372
Twelve First Class stamps in a book. Introduced on 31st July 2014 as Royal Mail 08457 contact numbers change to 03457. Code UB374
4 x 2nd Class Large stamps in a book. Introduced on 31st July 2014 as Royal Mail 08457 contact numbers change to 03457. Code UB373