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Reproduced from the Great Fire of London stamp artwork at postcard size. Great to collect, or use as postcards
This superb Coin Cover features 4 dramatic labels beside 4 First Class English Country Definitive stamps and a cupro-nickel 50p coin. The coin shows Harold receiving the famous fatal arrow to his eye.
This poignant Commemorative Sheet recognizes the role played by The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in the First World War. The Sheet, marking the centenary of the first ANZAC Day, comprises ten labels with First Class Poppy stamps.Code AV042
Illustrated by graphic novel artist Leigh Gallagher, the Presentation Pack continues the dramatic design approach used on the stamps. It focuses on key events from throughout the fire, right up to the regeneration of our magnificent capital.
As befits the anniversary of such an iconic event, The Royal Mint has created a commemorative £2 coin. This comes together with the Special Stamps on a limited edition Coin Cover that reveals the story behind the origins of the fire.
Six Special Stamps presented in three se-tenant strips of two stamps. Depicting the beginning, the spread and the end of the fire respectively. Illustrated by John Higgins in a dramatic,graphic novel style.
An unaddressed envelope with a dramatic information card that explores the fire's course and consequences.
This fateful day in 1066 is marked by the Battle of Hastings Commemorative Sheet. 10 dramatic labels beside 10 First Class English Country Definitive stamps map the background to the battle, the engagement itself, and the aftermath.
This Commemorative Sheet traces the history of this famed fighting force who have soldiered for the British for 200 years.Code AV039
A non-postally valid facsimile sheet printed from copies of the original blocks of four.
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
£2 coin struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard in a numbered, limited edition of 15,000.Features a highly detailed double exposure illustration of a Mk1 tank. Code AN128