Crown Cover Falklands

In 2002 H.M. the Queen celebrated 50 years as our Queen, 1952-2002. The Falkland Islands issued a crown to celebrate the event and it was decked out with red, white and blue banners. You have the Queen on the obverse and again the Queen on horseback on the reverse. The crown is in Prooflike Uncirculated condition and highlighted with red, white and blue banners. It comes in a full colour cover cancelled on the First Day of Issue (FDC). There are four stamps on the cover all from Jamaica and all showing the Queen in four different stages of her life. This makes a most unusual and interesting addition to your collection, after all how many crowns are coloured in red, white and blue?
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SKU: STP259
£12.95
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