Miniature Sheet MS3072 2010 Festival of Stamps

£7.50

Miniature Sheet MS3072 2010 Festival of Stamps

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Description

Miniature Sheet MS3072 2010 Festival of Stamps

Issued 6th May 2010.

London 2010 Festival of Stamps and Centenary of Accession of King George V.

The two First Class stamps depict the 1924 British Empire Exhibition 1d red and 1½d Brown. The two £1.00 stamps depict the 1913 £1.00  Green ‘Sea Horses’ Design, and the £0.10s Blue ‘Sea Horses’ stamp.

Concise (2018) catalogue number MS3072 valued at £10.00 (face value £3.34 2018).

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition.

NB Our ‘Scanner’ has not performed well this miniature sheet! The main scan is blurry, but shows the beige background, The secondary  copy does not show the background colour, but does give a good copy!

Miniature Sheet MS3072 2010 Festival of Stamps

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