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Royal Navy Stamp Souvenir Signed by the First Sea Lord
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Royal Navy Stamp Souvenir Signed by the First Sea Lord

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AW136

This is a unique piece of Royal Navy memorabilia comprising a limited edition of just 100 individually numbered Royal Navy Ships Stamp Souvenirs signed by the current Royal Navy First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Tony Radakin CB ADC.

Affixed to the envelope are eight Special Stamps featuring paintings of some of the most iconic ships that span the Royal Navy's illustrious history including the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and the most recently commissioned ship, HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Comes with a beautifully illustrated informaton card that provides a brief history of the Royal Navy as well as a pen picture of each of the ships featured on the stamps 

Admiral Radakin was appointed First Sea Lord in June 2019, having served as Second Sea Lord and Deputy Chief of the Navel Staff since March 2018. He was previously Chief of Staff of the Joint Forces Command.

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A limited edition of just 100 individually numbered Royal Navy Ships Stamp Souvenirs signed by the current Royal Navy First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Tony Radakin CB ADC and containing eight stamps featuring paintings of some of the most iconic ships that span the Royal Navy's illustrious 500 year+ history.

* Comes with a beautifully illustrated informaton card that provides a brief history of the Royal Navy as well as a pen picture of each of the ships featured on the stamps - the Mary Rose, HMS Victory, HMS Dreadnought, HMS Warrior, Sovereign of the Seas, HMS King George V, HMS Beagle and its most recently commisioned ship, HMS Queen Elizabeth.

* The envelope background includes the Royal Navy ensign and an Admiralty Chart of Scapa Flow and the Orkney Island, the former being the naval base for the Royal Navy during both the First and Second World Wars.

* The Special Stamps have been cancelled with a postmark depicting a modern chart compass, with Portsmouth as the post town in recognition of the city's long association with the Royal Navy and because it is where the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior are based.

* A Ministry of Defence security hologram is affixed to the back of each envelope.

* Admiral Radakin was appointed First Sea Lord in June 2019, having served as Second Sea Lord and Deputy Chief of the Navel Staff since March 2018. He was previously Chief of Staff of the Joint Forces Command.

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