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Released by Royal Mail on July 27
West Germany's Famous Women definitive series bridged the reunification of the country and the adoption of the Euro, bringing recess printing into the 21st century
The exquisite first issue of Ceylon is universally admired, but strangely elusive. In fact, one opportunistic collector saw it vanish before his very eyes!
In use for more than a century and offering huge variety, Denmark's 'Wavy Lines' are a great place to start collecting European definitives
Monaco always produced classy definitives under Prince Rainier III's expert eye, and a revaluation of the currency added extra interest to the popular 1955 series
The Chalon portrait of Queen Victoria which had graced Queensland's first issue was revived to even more spectacular effect for its high values of 1882
Sudan's first stamp issue was sketched in a hurry in 1898, even as British troops fought for control of the country. Yet the Camel Postman would become one of the most enduring designs ever
A novice Canadian stamp dealer's remaindered stock was worth a small fortune, but his attempts to market it in a classy way put him on the wrong side of the law
2006 Animal Tales 68p
Second royal issue this year marks Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first tour.
Sells at Spink as part of Sir Humphrey Cripps' Chartwell sale.
Released September 9
Issued June 14.
Issued on His Royal Highness' Birthday, June 10.
Issued for 350th anniversary on August 23.
The first look at the 2012 programme.
To be released July 27.
Six stamps and a miniature sheet to be issued June 14.
The sheet was issued on April 21.
Royal Mail's May 5 issue salutes the Victorian Arts & Crafts movement
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