Anniversaries Stamps

These Royal Mail stamps were affixed to specially designed envelopes and postmarked on the first day that the stamps were issued.

11.04.1989 | Family watching Fireworks, Postmarked at BFPS - Forces

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11th April 1989 - Anniversaries
Stamp Type:
Stamp Details:
19p Public Education
19p Direct Elections to European Parliament
35p Postal, Telegraph and Telephone Congress
35p Inter-parliamentary Union Conference
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Postmark:
BFPS - Forces, RAFLET Stamp Club, Special Handstamp
Reference Images:
Commemorative Stamp
Presentation Pack (198)
PHQCards (117)
Postmark illustrations
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European Direct Elections, Special Handstamp
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