Miniature Sheet MS2327 Wilding Definitives 2003


Miniature Sheet MS2327 Wilding Definitives 2003.

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Miniature Sheet MS2327 Wilding Definitives 2003

Containing nine Wilding Definitive stamps denominated at: 8p; 68p; 4p; 10p; 20p; 28p; 42p; 34p, with, in addition, the ‘E’ value.

Issued 20th May 2003 on pale cream paper.

The stamps were printed by De La Rue Security Printers in photogravure, furthermore the paper is watermarked.

The miniature sheet design was by Rose Design.

The Watermark is a “multiple 50” (in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Wilding definitives).

One central phosphor band on the 20p value;  and in addition there are also two bands on the remaining stamps.

Concise (2017) Miniature Sheet MS2367 valued at £11.00 .

Also found in Presentation Pack N0. 61.

Miniature Sheet MS2327 Wilding Definitives 2003.


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