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Eight pristine stamps presented in four horizontal se-tenant pairs. Featuring images of the iconic sites and fascinating artefacts, including the Drumbest horns and the Battersea shield, overlaid with evocative illustrations.
Written by Timothy Darvill OBE, the Presentation Pack offers a wealth of fascinating insights into prehistoric Britain. The subjects include Maiden Castle, Grime’s Graves and Avebury, as well as artefacts such as the dazzling Mold cape.
While each stamp is beautiful in its own right, they look even more special when all 26 of the A–Z stamps are presented in this attractive frame. Code N3024
All eight Special Stamps, individually mounted and set in a black frame. Handmade exclusively for Royal Mail in the UK.
The cover design features a colourful stack of Ladybird books, with the logo visible on each book spine and includes an information card written by Ladybird books collector and expert Helen Day.
Written by Ladybird books collector and expert Helen Day. She recounts the story of Ladybird books in a unique A-to-Z format. Includes all eight Ladybird Books Special Stamps.
All eight Special Stamps reproduced from the original stamp artwork as postcards. An ideal gift idea that’s also suitable for collecting.
Identical to the First Day Cover but without the personalised name and address details. Cancelled with the Loughborough handstamp, marking the location of Wills & Hepworth Limited where Ladybird books were printed until 1999.
Save 10% on the Framed Stamps, Presentation Pack and Postcards with this bundle, compared with the cost of buying each item individually.
The Special Stamps cover these themes: Adventures from History and Well-loved Tales, 2nd Class. Key Words Reading Scheme and Early Tales and Rhymes, 1st Class. Hobbies and How it Works and People at Work, £1.40. Nature and Conservation and Achievements, £1.57.
All eight Special Stamps, reproduced from the original artwork as postcards.
Available now and includes an information card written by Timothy Darvill OBE, Professor of Archaeology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University.