Presentation Pack No 60 Machin Airmail

£5.50

Presentation Pack No 60 Machin Airmail.

2 in stock

Description

Presentation Pack No 60 Machin Airmail

Contents of the pack are the Europe up to 40g; and the Worldwide up to 40g Airmail stamps.

Issued 27th March 2003.

Gibbons Specialised catalogue numbers UJW8 and also UJW9.

Walsall Security Printers Ltd printed the stamps in photogravure.

The Perforation is die-cut 15 x 14(E). These two stamps were die-cut through the backing paper on the back and also showed parts of the booklet covers.

Both stamps have two phosphor bands with blue fluorescence. The stamps have self adhesive gum (PSA). They are also printed on Non Fluorescent Coated Paper (NFCP).

Concise (2019) Presentation Pack (Royal Mail pack number 60) valued at £5.00. In conclusion the Concise catalogue numbers are: 2358 and 2359 respectively.

Our numbering system has the two stamps as A1 and A2.

Presentation Pack No 60 Machin Airmail

INFORMATION SOURCES:

First of all, Royal Mail will handle your order. Therefore please see our Shop menu for postal options:  Postage  We only charge postage for the first item in most cases. Thus any further items purchased would not increase the final postal charges. Furthermore we do not charge you for envelopes and packaging.

Recorded Delivery or Registered Post is also available if required. Loss or damage compensation can be claimed, therefore, if this option is taken.

We mention Stanley Gibbons catalogue numbers where it is possible. These numbers are either from the “Concise Stamp Catalogue” or from the “Specialised Stamp Catalogue Volume 4 Part 1”. We will try to mention any other numbering that we may use if not covered by the above. Sometimes particular stamps, booklets,  or cylinder blocks are not recognized anywhere. Hence, in this case, we would use our own expertise to describe and value that  item.

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

Please let us know if we have made a mistake with this description.

We are members of the “Great Britain Philatelic Society” (GBPS):  http://www.gbps.org.uk