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Featuring the George VI Coronation Ingot.
Focuses on British rarities within the red albums at the Royal Philiatelic Collection.Code AJ029
Focuses on Commonwealth rarities within the red albums.Code AJ030
This First World War souvenir offers a cupro-nickel Anniversary of the First World War £2 coin struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard, which is a far higher standard than the coins in your pocket, and text by renowned historian Paul Kendall Numbered, limited souvenir edition of 15,000. Code AN106
This stunning limited edition Medal Cover of 10,000 is a must for golfers worldwide. In addition to the specially struck medal by the Royal Mint it contains the Scottish Saltire stamp cancelled with a special postmark in recognition of the fact that this year’s Ryder Cup is being held at Gleneagles. Save 10%Code AM038
Replete with fascinating insights, the Coin Cover combines all six Special Stamps with the official 2015 First World War £2 Navy Coin from The Royal Mint, struck to their Brilliant Uncirculated standard. Numbered, limited edition of 15,000.Code AN112
Royal Mail and the Stobart Group have teamed up to create this individually numbered, limited edition of 5,000 sheet and presentation folder to pay homage to a British institution that has fired the imagination of truck spotters for over 30 years.VA291
A superb Collector Sheet of all 10 Special Stamps next to a label featuring a key illustration from the relevant books. Presented in a clear, protective folder - an ideal collector’s item.
This numbered, limited edition cover features a brilliant uncirculated £1 Cardiff coin from the Royal Mint, and a unique combination of the Welsh Country Definitive stamp, a label illustrated with a map of Cardiff and the special bilingual cancellation mark with the words ‘The Red Dragon shall lead’ in Welsh and English.Code AN084
A stunning product featuring the new £1 'Belfast' Coin.
Mackennal triumphed with his design for the higher value four-stamp Seahorses series. The four Seahorses – with half-crown, five shillings, ten shillings and £1 values – finally appeared in July 1913. They were instantly loved, as they are today. Code ZP004
We are delighted to mark the 170th anniversary of the famous Penny Red with this lovely block of four facsimiles, which printed using the original intaglio process.