Presentation Pack No 82 Machins


Presentation Pack No 82 Machins

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Presentation Pack No 82 Machins

Machin 2009 Security Features Presentation Pack.

Containing the first stamps with security ‘U’ shaped slits and iridescent overlay, and self-adhesive gum.

Issued 17th February 2009.

The stamps are printed by De La Rue in gravure and with self-adhesive gum.

Concise (2017) Presentation Pack (Royal Mail pack number 82) valued at £10.00.

Containing 6 x Machin Definitive Stamps:  50p and £1.00; 2nd and 2nd Large, 1st and 1st Large, all with security slits and iridescent overlay but with no date or source codes.

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition.

Presentation Pack No 82 Machins


First of all, stamps will be well packaged and despatched by Royal Mail. See our Shop menu for postal options. We only charge postage for the first item in most categories. Any further items purchased would not increase the final postal charges. Furthermore we do not charge you for envelopes and packaging materials

Recorded Delivery or Registered Post is available if required. Consequently, loss or damage compensation is claimable if this option is taken.

We mention Stanley Gibbons catalogue numbers where it is possible. These numbers are  from the “Great Britain Concise Stamp Catalogue”, or from the “Great Britain Specialised Stamp Catalogue Volume 4 Parts 1 and 2”. Most of our Smilers Sheets use the Ridgewood Stamps’ numbering system. We will try to mention any other numbering that we may use if not covered by the above.

Particular stamps are sometimes not recognized anywhere. These could include: booklets, cylinder blocks, miniature sheets, and  Smilers sheets. Therefore in these cases we would use our own expertise to describe and value those particular items.

In conclusion, all of our stamps are unmounted mint and in an excellent condition. We will mention any variation in this statement.

It is noteworthy that we may make mistakes so please therefore, let us know about them!

In addition we are members of the “Great Britain Philatelic Society” (GBPS).