Christmas 1966 Stamps
These Post Office stamps were affixed to specially designed envelopes and postmarked on the first day that the stamps were issued.
01.12.1966 | Britain's First Christmas Stamps, Postmarked at BethlehemBUY NOW £30
3d King of the Orient
1s 6d Snowman
Producer/Series: Royal Mail/Post Office
Notes: Britain's first Christmas stamps were issued on 1 December, 1966, the designs showing The King of the Orient, and a Snowman, were submitted by Tasveer Shemza and James Berry. The two designs were the winning entries from a competition organised by the then GPO. Pupils at schools throughout the country were invited to take part in a design competition for the Christmas stamps. 5,000 entries were recieved.
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