The Philatelic Bureau offers a first day cover service in respect of all stamp issues. A set of stamps is affixed to an unaddressed, specially designed envelope and it is cancelled with a special pict..
46p - HM The Queen at Buckingham Palace on 26th November 200162p - HM The Queen during her tour of Australia in March 195463p - HM The Queen at King's Lyn Town Hall in Norfolk on 6th February 201276p ..
Some of our stamp issues are produced in sheets of ten. This enables collectors to obtain cost-effective sheets of each value with the name of the designer, printer and printer’s information and ‘traf..
A convenient and attractive method of displaying and storing Guernsey Post commemorative and definitive stamp issues is the presentation pack folder. Housed in a proprietary stock card, to which is at..
To mark the 65th anniversary of The Queen's Coronation in 2018, we are delighted to depict Her Majesty at numerous events, including her 80th birthday and Golden Jubilee celebrations.
The stamps depict some of the words from the British National Anthem 'God Save The Queen' (also called 'God Save the King' during kingship), whose origins, in its present form, date back to the eighteenth century.
The origin of both words and the music is unknown, although its many candidates for authorship include John Bull (c.1562 -1628), Thomas Ravenscroft (c. 1583 - c. 1633), Henry Purcell (c. 1639 - 95), and Henry Carey (c. 1687 - 1743). 'God Save The King' was first publicly performed in London in 1745, which came to be known as the National Anthem at the beginning of the nineteenth century.