Set of 4 Benham Concorde Covers

Every time we have these Benham ‘Silk’ Concord First Day Covers, they always sell out very quickly. Each features a beautiful full colour picture of a Concorde with a foreign stamp and a British stamp. We are going to put together small collections of four (4) different Benham ‘Silk’ Concorde covers. As usual this is a very popular theme and demand will be high, so if you want a set of three different, please get in quickly to avoid disappointment. They are beautiful and we don’t know if we can get any more, ever…Covers supplied will not necessarily be those illustrated.
Availability: In stock
SKU: STP101
£17.95
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