Train Railway Stamps Leaders Of The World (locomotive Philatelica) 1873-1885
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Train Railway Stamps Leaders Of The World (locomotive Philatelica) 1873-1885:
TRAIN RAILWAY STAMPS Leaders of the World (Locomotive Philatelica) 1873-1885
On offer here is a selection of 100% GENUINE British Commonwealth Train Stamps from the Multinational1983-1988 Omnibus Series "LOCO 100 - Leaders of the World". The stamps are all in Pristine, Mint Never Hinged (MNH) condition. The listing is a multi-variation listing, so each purchase is for ONE (selected) Se-tenant Locomotive Stamp Pair. The top stamp of the pair depicts the schematic drawing plans/design of the locomotive, while the lower stamp depicts the train in action.
All 424 Different Locomotive Stamp Pairs from the series are available in my Shop individually, collectively (as a complete collection presented in a NEW Stockbook), or in Post Office Fresh Full Sheet Format (of either 50, 30, or 20 Stamps).
UK 1st Class P&P is 75p. Additional Stamp Pairs are POST FREE.
Airmail (Europe) is £1.45. Additional Stamp Pairs are POST FREE.
Airmail (Outside Europe) is £1.95. Additional Stamp Pairs are POST FREE.
Please Wait for Invoice (or Request Invoice) if the Checkout Quotes more than 75p, £1.45, or £1.95 for multiple purchases.
All of these stamps are 100% Genuine and recognised and used as valid postal currency for the transport of mail throughout the world. All these stamps have been officially catalogued by Scott, Michel, Yvert et Tellier, Unificato, Stanley Gibbons, Domfil, and Phillips British Locals Catalogue Vol.3 (for Bernera and Davaar issues). The stamps were on sale in Post Offices in the individual countries of origin for at least 90 days following issue. The stamps were also made available through the Crown / Commonwealth Agents until their full withdrawal in 1990. The Countries of Issue are Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenadines of St. Vincent including Bequia and Union Island, Tuvalu and Islands (Funafuti, Nanumaga, Nanumea, Nui, Nukulaelae, Nukufetau, Niutao and Vaitupu) and the Scottish (Local Post) islands of Bernera and Davaar.