Fantastic opportunity to own a complete collection of EVERY British commemorative stamp issued between 1953 and 1970
The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 until the lead up to decimalisation in Great Britain in 1970 was a classic period for commemorative stamps issued by the prestigious Royal Mail. This is a fantastic opportunity to own a complete collection of every single commemorative stamp issued over this seventeen year period in pristine, unmounted mint condition.
This impressive collection features a total of 285 British commemorative stamps. It includes stamps issued for Sir Winston Churchill, Battle of Britain, 1966 Football World Cup, the very first Concorde flight, Mahatma Gandhi, the British Commonwealth Games and the difficult to source British Architecture series focusing on Cathedrals to name just a few of the highlights of this stunning collection.
Almost 50 years on, the very last commemorative stamps issued in ‘old money’ have since become highly collectable and captures the key everts during our great nation over this seventeen year period.
The difficulty in sourcing a complete collection of these highly sought after British commemorative stamps is a key reason why it is in very high demand today. Harrington and Byrne has managed to secure a limited number of these complete collections to offer today.
Key Issue Information:
Year of issue: 1953-70
Country of Issue: United Kingdom
Total number of stamps: 285 Stamps
Delivery via Royal Mail
Estimated Delivery Time: 7-10 Working
Delivery available throughout the United
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