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Contains all six stamps individually mounted in a black ash frame and set against a background depicting a scene from Murder on the Orient Express.Code N3069
Features all six stamps individually mounted in a black ash-effect frame. Set against a background depicting a scene from Murder on the Orient Express. Individually numbered, limited edition of just 100.
Reprising the typographic style and decorative elements taken from the First Folio edition of Shakespeare’s plays, the Presentation Pack has been written by scholar, broadcaster and Shakespearean expert Sir Jonathan Bate. Contains all ten Special Stamps. Code AP414
Reprises all ten Special Stamps plus the complete Miniature Sheet. Reproduced from the original stamp artwork at postcard size.
Features all six Special Stamps, individually mounted in a black frame. Handmade for Royal Mail in the UK. Dimensions W27cm x H23cm
Includes all six Special Stamps and the Miniature Sheet. Authoritatively written, the pack includes a musical timeline of the band’s career.
Make a real fashion statement! Individually mounted these works of art create a unique, pictorial history of post-war British fashion.Code N3023
The Classic GPO Posters Miniature Sheet stamps feature four striking artworks, by Edward McKnight Kauffer, Hans Unger, Hans Schleger and Harry Stevens, set on a colourful background of poster designs.Code MZ114
Featuring six iconic album covers taken from throughout the band’s career. Each stamp has a ‘vinyl’ breakout detail, just like the ‘Classic Album Covers’ issue from 2010.
The four stamps feature live shows from the UFO Club to The Division Bell Tour. The background image was shot from behind the mixing desk.
The issue’s six Special Stamps encompass 500 years of Royal Mail history by featuring Sir Brian Tuke, Master of the Posts; a Packet ship; a Penfold pillar box; River post; Mail coach and Medway Mail Centre. Notably, three of the stamps have background images composed of letters, written by Sir Brian Tuke, Anthony Trollope and John Palmer.Code AS65B
In this richly informative Prestige Stamp Book, Chris Taft of The BPMA explores 500 years of Royal Mail history, with his authoritative text set against a backdrop of relevant and significant letters.Code YB062