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John Sibbick was chosen to illustrate the Dinosaurs Stamps from a shortlist of renowned natural history artists, after CGI techniques were deemed unsuitable. His Dinosaurs seem almost alive, and in fact are breaking out of the edge of each stamp, to make them even more dramatic.Code AS928
The Mint Stamps feature stunning paintings of the Atlas, 1813; the Britannia, 1840; the Cutty Sark, 1870; the Clan Matheson, 1919; the Queen Elizabeth, 1940, and the Lord Hinton, 1986: all brought to you in perfectly shipshape condition.Code AS921
From the gorgeous curves of the legendary E-Type Jaguar to the imposing presence of the Silver Shadow, every detail of these immaculate thoroughbred cars has been captured by the photographic expertise of James Mann.Code AS918
The delicate beauty of our featured Butterflies has been captured by wildlife artist Richard Lewington, creating ten lovely stamps that are brought to you in pristine condition.Code AS905
Creatures great but small feature in Freshwater Life, the three-issue Post & Go series for 2013. The second set, seen here, shows lake life, the first life in ponds, and the third reveals the denizens of rivers.Code ZS025
Creatures great but small feature in Freshwater Life, the three-issue Post & Go series for 2013. The first set, seen here, shows pond life, the second life in lakes, and the third reveals the denizens of rivers.
The Mint Stamps feature lithographs, illustrations and photographs depicting the journey of the London Underground from 1863 to the present day and are brought to you in pristine condition.
The third and final set of the Post & Go British Farm Animals series takes a look at cattle and features six breeds.
The stamps are supplied in a card carrier complete with detailed information about each breed.
Printed in a sheetlet and overprinted with First Class values, the Stamps come to you on a card complete with details of each breed.
The 6 stamps feature dramatic archive photography.