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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 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.
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.
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
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 Presentation Pack.Code AP417
All six First World War – 1916 Special Stamps set within individual mounts in a black ash effect frame. Handmade for Royal Mail in the UK. Dimensions W 27cm x H 23cm.Code N3083
This pack commemorates the Post Office Rifles on the centenary of their arrival in France on 18th March 1915. It documents their bravery, tenacity and character during their time in the trenches on the Western Front which earned the regiment high praise and a prestigious place in British military history. Each sheet is complemented by a backing card telling the story of the Rifles from formation and early campaigns through to their involvement as infantry in the First World War. It also contains a reproduction of the regimental recruitment poster from May 1915. Released on 18 March.Code AV031
Four stamps depicting The Post Office At War, 1914-18. Background map image created from historical sources. Images include the 1916 postcard of The Post Office RiflesCode MZ117
In 1915, the nature of warfare changed forever, as front line soldiers faced terrible new weapons and even the skies over Britain held menacing and deadly Zeppelins. Imperial War Historian Ian Kikuchi charts these developments in the Presentation Pack, which features a reproduction of Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson’s futuristic and dramatic painting: ‘Bursting Shell’.Code AP402
The Presentation Pack includes all eight Special Stamps and is replete with both Hurley’s dramatic photographs and images of the expedition’s artefacts and impedimenta. Code AP411
Featuring all ten 1916 stamps plus the complete Miniature Sheet. Reproduced from the original stamp artwork at postcard size. The ideal way to enjoy every detail of these poignant stamps.Code AQ236
Eight cards reproduced from the stamp artwork at postcard size, the Postcards reveal every detail of these remarkable and heroic images.Code AQ230