Christmas 1993 Stamps

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

09.11.1993 | Top Hat, Umbrella and Scarf, Postmarked at House of Lords

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9th November 1993 - Christmas 1993
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19p Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim ...      ▼ expand stamp details
25p Mr and Mrs Fezziwig
30p Scrooge
35p The Prize Turkey
41p Mr Scrooge's Nephew
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Home of Charles Dickens, CDS Postmark
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Victorian woman and child, Special Handstamp
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Home of Bob Cratchit, CDS Postmark
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Fizziwig's Ball, Special Handstamp
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Dickens House Museum, Special Handstamp
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Oldl Curiosity Shop, Special Handstamp
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The News of the World, Special Handstamp
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Sprig of Holly, Special Handstamp
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150 Years since visit of Charles Dickens, Special Handstamp
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Christmas Shopping at Rainbow, Slogan Postmark
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First Day of Issue - the Christmas Pudding, Special Handstamp
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Scrooge & Crachit, Special Handstamp
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Radio Times, Special Handstamp
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Home of Charles Dickens, CDS Postmark
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