Ancient Britain Stamps

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17.01.2017 | Homo neanderthalensis hunting - pair of covers, Postmarked at Birmingham

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17th January 2017 - Ancient Britain
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Producer/Series:   ( BFDC No 414 )
Postmark:
Birmingham, Stonehenge Croft, Special Handstamp
Limited Edition: 50 copies Worldwide.
Notes: Images on covers show homo neanderthalensis hunting at Swanscombe. The Illustrations are by Maurice Wilson of a deer hunt on the banks of a river at Swanscombe, England, 400,000 years ago (Lower Palaeolithic). A wooden spear has brought down a specimen of the extinct Clacton fallow deer. These covers are hand made from the finest quality linen textured paper.
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