Smilers Sheet BC-022 England Rugby


Smilers Sheet BC-022 England Rugby

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Smilers Sheet BC-022 England Rugby

England Rugby – Heroes of the Cup Final (Australia 17 – England 20), commemorating England’s win.


Issued 1st June 2004 and printed in Litho by Walsall Security printers,  perforation 14.5 x 14

Royal Mail Occasions Hallmarks ‘Cheers’ Stamps 1st Class x 10 with se-tenant labels of  the England Rugby World Cup Squad

Produced under licence by Benham/Victory Cards

Limited Edition of 2003 copies

Two different sheets were issued and you are buying a matched pair (ie sheet numbers are the same, although you may not receive the actual scanned sheets as depicted).  Each sheet shows ten players from the winning England squad.

Not numbered by Gibbons, but we have used Ridgewood Publishing’s Second Edition of their “Customised Stamp Sheets of Great Britain” catalogue. This is for numbering and pricing details. Details: BC-022 and BC-023 Smilers Sheets.

Smilers Sheet BC-022 England Rugby


First of all, stamps will be well packaged and sent by Royal Mail. 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. If one of these options is taken, compensation for loss or damage can be claimed.

We mainly use the Ridgeword’s “Customised Stamp Sheets of Great Britain” for our Smilers Sheets. We will try to mention any other numbering that we may use if not covered by the above. Sometimes particular stamps, Smilers sheets, booklets, miniature sheets, 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 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.

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