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GB: Morris & Company stamps

Royal Mail's May 5 issue will showcase the talents of designer William Morris and his colleagues.

China stamp makes world record price

A 1968 unissued stamp bought at auction for £712,000

Britain's most spectacular commemorative, no75

2001 Double-Decker Buses 1st class

Jersey reveals its Royal Wedding stamp

The stamp for Prince William and Catherine Middleton will show an engagement photo of the pair.

Postal museum looks at London site after Royal Mail pulls funding for Swindon move

The British Postal Museum & Archive's proposed 2014 Swindon move is in tatters after Royal Mail pulled its funding from the project.

One Borneo every minute!

One Borneo every minute!

The 1894 low values of British North Borneo broke the mould with eye-catching pictorial designs. But collectors learned to be wary of cancelled-to-order varieties

Britain's most spectacular commemoratives: Number 59

Britain's most spectacular commemoratives: Number 59

1992 Gilbert & Sullivan Operas 28p

The Netherlands: The furry Queen

The Netherlands: The furry Queen

The first Queen Wilhelmina definitives of the Netherlands, known as the Fur Collar issue, endured a difficult development but enjoyed a 25-year lifespan

Falklands: From desolation to delight

In 1933 the Falkland Islands' splendid first pictorial issue gained rave reviews from local inhabitants and philatelists, but not from Argentinians and Darwinians

Britain's most spectacular commemoratives, no 60

Britain's most spectacular commemoratives, no 60

Number 60 1984 College of Arms 16p

Nicaragua: No smoke without fire

Nicaragua: No smoke without fire

The Panama Canal is one of the engineering marvels of the world, yet its course was diverted by a postage stamp. Otherwise, it might have been the Nicaragua Canal

The Thunderbirds stamps: video

See the lenticular technology at work in Royal Mail's Thunderbirds miniature sheet.

France: That sinking feeling

France: That sinking feeling

A sabre-rattling piece of French philatelic propaganda in 1939 backfired when a mighty battleship was misrepresented - and ended up in the service of the enemy

Isle of Man reveals first in set of Diamond Jubilee issues

To be released on February 6, the 59th anniversary of the Queen's Accession

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