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10 Different Christmas FDC

One of our incredible members of staff have been going through our stock of First Day Covers and have managed to put together 10 different from the 1960’s to the 1990’s. The ones you get may vary from the illustrations, but all will be different and all will be British. Remember some of them will be 50 years old. These make an excellent gift for the holiday season, they are all British and all 10 are different.
£14.50

100 1/2d & 1/2p stamps 50 each

Half Penny and Half Pence stamps, the change over from pre-decimal to decimal usage. You get 1/2p Queen Elizabeth II stamp in blue plus the 1/2d Queen Elizabeth II stamp in brown. Both have the portrait of the Queen on them and both are the lowest denomination stamps made of our Queen. You get half and half, so 100 stamps is 50 1/2d and 50 1/2p.
£7.50

100 x Edward VIII 15c Morocco

Because King Edward VIII only served for ten months, the Post Office only got around to issuing 4 stamps with his portrait. At that time we had a presence in Morocco and so some of these unique stamps were overprinted for use in our offices in Morocco. Great combination Edward VIII mint unused stamps but overprinted for use in Morocco. The denomination being offered here is the 15c in quantities of 100. If you have never even seen these, now is the chance to not only see them but to own some at a great price.
£25.00

1951, George VI, Festival of Britain Crown and Stamps

George VI 1951, Festival of Britain Crown and Stamps. In 1951 this country was going off the rationing that had been in force since World War II. The country rejoiced and children could again have sweets and the family meat, if they could afford it. The Government held a festival on the South Bank called the Festival of Britain. To honour the King, they issued only the second Crown from his reign. Unlike the Coronation issue which was in silver, this Festival of Britain Crown was struck in cupro-nickel. They are Uncirculated and came in a cardboard box which didn’t survive as well as the coin it was protecting. They also issued two stamps for the Festival. I am offering you the 1951 Festival of Britain Crown in the original box of issue plus both mint unused stamps issued for the Festival. Today they are 66 years old and well worth having…
£24.50

1977 Jubilee Lundy Set

1977 Jubilee Lundy Set comprising of a sheet of 6 stamps issued for local usage and a Puffin and Half Puffin coin based on the famous 1928 token issue of Martin Coles Harman.
£18.95

20 x Edward VIII 15c Morocco

Because King Edward VIII only served for ten months, the Post Office only got around to issuing 4 stamps with his portrait. At that time we had a presence in Morocco and so some of these unique stamps were overprinted for use in our offices in Morocco. Great combination Edward VIII mint unused stamps but overprinted for use in Morocco. The denomination being offered here is the 15c in quantities of 20. If you have never even seen these, now is the chance to not only see them but to own some at a great price.
£8.00