Miniature Sheet MS3086 2010 Evacuation from Dunkirk


Miniature Sheet MS3086 2010 Evacuation from Dunkirk

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Miniature Sheet MS3086 2010 Evacuation from Dunkirk

Issued 13th May 2010.

Evacuation of British Troops and their Allies from Dunkirk, 1940. Issued in conjunction with the “British Alone” series.

The first stamp (First Class) depicts the evacuation of soldiers from Dunkirk. The second stamp (60p) shows vessels from the Upper Thames  Patrol in “Operation Little Ships”. The third (88p) shows rescued soldiers on board the Royal Navy Destroyer “Dover”. The final stamp (97p) shows a steamship loaded with rescued troops.

Concise (2018) catalogue number MS3086 valued at £7.50 (face value £2.72 2018).

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition.

Miniature Sheet MS3086 2010 Evacuation from Dunkirk


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