Prestige Pane UEP42 Glory of the Garden DX33

£6.60

Prestige Pane UEP42 Glory of the Garden

1 in stock

Description

Prestige Pane UEP42 Glory of the Garden DX33

“Glory of the Garden” A celebration of the Royal Horticultral Society.

Machin Pane.

Issued  25th May 2004.

From Prestige Booklet DX33. Pane number 1.

Specialised catalogue number UEP42. Contains 2 x 42p U397, 2 x 47p U418, and 4 x gold 1st class UEB4.

These two stamps (42p and 47p) are only found on UEP42.

Concise (2019) catalogue number 1668p valued at £9.75 with a face value of £4.82. The Concise catalogue number of the 2 x 42p is Y1715,  and the 2 x  47p is Y1723.  4 x  1st class is 1668.

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition.

Prestige Pane UEP42 Glory of the Garden DX33

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