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Game of Thrones - Set of 10 PHQ Cards

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  • Game of Thrones - Set of 10 PHQ Cards
  • Each PHQ card features a different Game of Thrones character
  • And each will have a corresponding stamp
  • With a different 23rd January, 2018 postmark


Issue Date: 23/01/2018

Issue Name: Game of Thrones - Set of 10 PHQ Cards

Producer: Buckingham Covers

 

Winter is Here! And with it comes these blockbuster Game of Thrones stamps on a set of 10 PHQ cards. The Game of Thrones production involves a very significant British contribution in its realisation, and promotes the British TV and Film industry. This stamp issue marks this contribution and recognises the very considerable number of British and International fans of the series. The cast is predominantly British and Irish. 2.8 million UK viewers, and 16.1 million Americans watched the premier of Season 7 for Game of Thrones earlier this year, making this hit TV show on of the biggest ever!

Fight fire and ice and kick start 2018 by collecting the first issue in the brand new Buckingham Covers sixth series. Let battle commence!

 

  • Game of Thrones - Set of 10 PHQ Cards
  • Each PHQ card features a different Game of Thrones character
  • And each will have a corresponding stamp
  • With a different 23rd January, 2018 postmark
  • Featuring the following characters on the stamps:
    • Sansa Stark
    • Jon Snow
    • Eddard Stark
    • Olenna Tyrell
    • Tywin Lannister
    • Tyrion Lannister
    • Cersei Lannister
    • Arya Stark
    • Jaime Lannister
    • Daenerys Targaryen

 

What is a PHQ Card?

PHQ cards are postcards issued by the British Post Office depicting the designs of their commemorative stamps. They are generally available to buy in main post offices about two weeks prior to the release of each new set of stamps.

 

Fantasy Fiction

Fantasy Fiction is usually set in an imaginary universe. The supernatural, magic and mythical creatures are common in many of these imaginary worlds and symbolism often plays a significant role. Stories of folklore involving magic and terrible monsters have always been told in spoken forms before the invention of printed literature. Classical mythology is rife with fantastical stories and characters, the best known being the works of Homer and Virgil. The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights) from the Middle East, Norse and Icelandic sagas, and Celtic Folklore all form a wide base from which fantasy fiction has ultimately been derived.

 

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