Miniature sheetlets either as an individual pane or a set of three, demonstrating previous years' issues.
ABC36 is the single full set pane. ABC38 is the other remaining panes as shown.
|ABC36||H M Queen Elizabeth II - 70th Anniversary of the Accession - Booklet Pane||£9.32|
|ABC37||H M Queen Elizabeth II - 70th Anniversary of the Accession - Booklet Pane - CTO||£9.32|
|ABC39||Platinum Jubilee Sheetlet Collection - CTO||£10.99|
Choose from either a miniature booklet pane with all of the platinum jubilee collection stamps featured; or a royal bounty of sheetlets from our prestige booklet. You will receive three individual panes from the booklet, each one based on a previously released QEII related celebration. Across the panes are reproduced stamps that we have issued previously and capture a moment in time from the year of issue.
For those interested in variants and reprints, this is a must have as some of the stamp designs are stamp on stamp, others having been slightly altered in size. All stamps bear an issue date of 2022.
Prestige Booklet Pane 2 - The 40th Anniversary and Golden Jubilee
Prestige Booklet Pane 3 – The Silver Jubilee and Golden Jubilee
Prestige Booklet Pane 4 – The Diamond Jubilee and 65th Anniversary
Also available is the booklet pane with the Platinum Jubilee stamps and the prestige booklet with all panes enclosed within a quality cover with factual text by Richard West.
On the stamps:
67p - H M Queen Elizabeth II by Sterling Henry Nahum Baron in 1953. A friend of Prince Philip, he was appointed a court photographer to the British royal family and provided the official photographs of the Coronation.
67p – Pictured by HV McKay Massey Harris, a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her coronation on 2nd June 1953.
£1.02 – A countryside image of Her Majesty taken during 1953.
£1.02 – An image taken at the Trooping of the Colour during HM Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee, 1977.
£1.26 – The image of HM holding the Union Jack. Taken during her Diamond Jubilee tour to Leeds, West Yorkshire and walkabout 12th July 2012.
£1.26 – HM Queen Elizabeth II lays a wreath at the Cenotaph in London during the annual Service of Remembrance to commemorate those who lost their lives in service of their nation and Commonwealth.
£1.71 – A visit enjoyed by thousands, HM Queen Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann visits the Isle of Man on Tynwald Day in 2003. After presiding over the Tynwald Day ceremony, representatives of the Isle Of Man Post Office were delighted to present Her Majesty with an album of our Golden Jubilee postal collections.
£1.71 – An image of Her Majesty in cerise/raspberry. Taken on her walkabout outside Lincoln Cathedral, 20th April 2000, after attending the Royal Maundy ceremony.