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But they deserve to be cherished because they reflect a crucial period in Britain’s social history, when centuries of tradition were ditched for the sake of modernisation. Twenty-month window ABOVE: Pre-decimal and decimal stamps are uncomfortable bedfellows, but for 20 months in 1970-72 they could comprise mixed frankings on British mail Two key factors worked in favour of making these mixed frankings easily available to collectors, at least in theory. Although ‘Decimal Day’ itself was February 15, 1971, four large-format decimal definitive stamps in the already established Machin design, with values of 10p, 20p, 50p and £1, were issued well in advance, on June 17, 1970.
You heard it here first. uk 33 WORLD NEWS | AUCTIONS | GB COLLECTOR | LETTERS COMMENT COMPETITIONS | FEATURES | Q&A | EVENTS | NEW ISSUES | STRANGE BUT TRUE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE HM Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday Gibraltar’s historic ‘HM Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday’ issue celebrates 9 decades of Her Majesty’s life through 9 stamps. In addition, a new £5 stamp featuring a beautiful photograph by world famous royal photographer Cecil Beaton has been produced. A very limited edition special folder (see below) makes this the flagship product it deserves to be in any collection.
FRANCE 1900-32 TYPE BLANC ABOVE: Type I (left) and type II (right) stamps are most easily distinguished by comparing Liberty’s drapery below the ‘E’ of ‘Française’, towards the lower right of the design reduced rates for bulk mailings of at least 1,000 items. The precancel was a semicircular allusion to a postal cancellation, inscribed ‘Affranchts/ Postes’ (the first word being an abbreviation of ‘affranchissements’). While they were still being printed from flat plates, the Blanc 3c and 4c were overprinted with this precancel, with thin lettering and in shiny ink.