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Wildings miniature sheet (Dec '02)

The first low value stamps picturing Queen Elizabeth II are called Wildings because they used a photograph taken by Dorothy Wilding. This striking replica miniature sheet was issued 50 years later on the anniversary of the 1st class stamp (top left). Our signature is extremely relevant. Lord Patrick Lichfield is the man behind the first major change of the Queen's Head design on UK overseas territories stamps in 20 years. The changes were made from a digital photograph of his cousin, Queen Elizabeth II taken at Buckingham Palace in November 2001. We are sold out of the unsigned version of this cover. If you'd like to go on our waiting list, drop us a line at sales@internetstamps.co.uk. If you have an unsigned Wildings cover to sell, we're currently offering 12.50.

Quick Facts: Wildings miniature sheet (Dec '02) is a First-day Cover Issue date : 5th December 2002

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 BC028A  Sold Out £60.00
  Wildings cover 5th December 2002, unsigned Quantity:
 BC028BSigned by: Lord Patrick Lichfield Limited Availability £85.00
  Wildings cover 5th December 2002, signed Patrick Lichfield Quantity:


 

 

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