Royal Mail's May 5 issue will showcase the talents of designer William Morris and his colleagues.
Famous Arts & Crafts designer William Morris's work sits alongside those of his contemporaries at Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co.
His 'Cray' fabric appears on one of the 1st class stamps, while tiles he designed with William De Morgan appear on one of the £1.10.
The other 1st class shows a wall-design by Philip Webb, which is now in the Victoria & Albert Museum.
The two 76p stamps show wallpaper designed by John Henry Dearle and ceramic tiles by Kate Faulkner.
The £1.10 is the Merchant's Daughter by the renowned stained-glass designer Edward Burne-Jones.
Morris' work featured on the British Textile stamps of 1982. Both Morris and Burne-Jones' stained-glass windows featured in 2009's Christmas stamps.
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