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British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office

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British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office, unsigned £35.00 Limited Availability
British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office, on our Postboxes cover, unsigned £40.00 Limited Availability
British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office, signed by Phillip Schofield £45.00 Limited Availability
British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office, signed by Bernard Cornwell £100.00 Sold Out

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  • British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office
  • With all 6 British Museum stamps
  • And a Tintagel Cinderella stamp
  • With a Tintagel postmark (7th October, 2003)
  • Available signed by:
    • Bernard Cornwell
    • Phillip Schofield


Issue Date: 07/10/2003

Issue Name: British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office

Producer: Buckingham Covers

 

One of the most beautiful covers of 2003, this celebrates Tintagel Old Post Office's 100th birthday. It was officially produced for The National Trust. Each cover features a lovely Tintagel Cinderella stamp and full set of Museum stamps. It is available signed by best selling author Bernard Cornwell, or TV presenter Phillip Schofield.

 

  • British Museum - Tintagel Old Post Office
  • With all 6 British Museum stamps
  • And a Tintagel Cinderella stamp
  • With a Tintagel postmark (7th October, 2003)
  • Available signed by:
    • Bernard Cornwell
    • Phillip Schofield

 

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Tintagel Old Post Office

The building's original name is not recorded but its plan is that of a small manor house dating from the fourteenth century. It is an interesting and rare survival of a domestic dwelling in the extreme south west corner of England. Early in the 19th century all letters for Tintagel were brought by foot from Camelford six miles away, but with the Penny Postage introduced by Sir Rowland Hill in 1840 the increase in postal traffic led to improvements in local postal arrangements.

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Phillip Bryan Schofield is an English television presenter who works for ITV. He is currently the co-presenter of This Morning and Dancing on Ice alongside Holly Willoughby. His other work for ITV includes All Star Mr & Mrs, The Cube, and 5 Gold Rings.

 

Bernard Cornwell OBE is an English author of historical novels and a history of the Waterloo Campaign. He is best known for his novels about Napoleonic Wars rifleman Richard Sharpe.

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