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Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Stamps Cover

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Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Stamps Cover, unsigned £35.00 Buy Now
Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Stamps Cover, signed Lady Pamela Hicks (bridesmaid) £50.00 Buy Now
Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Cover, signed Countess Mountbatten of Burma and Lady Pamela Hicks £75.00 Buy Now

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  • Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Stamps Cover
  • Featuring the Diamond Wedding stamps torn from the miniature sheet
  • With a London SW1 postmark 16th October, 2007)
  • Available signed by Lady Pamela Hicks and Countess Mountbatten of Burma


Issue Date: 16/10/2007

Issue Name: 60th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding

Producer: Buckingham Covers

 

Buckingham Covers produced this stunning cover to celebrate the Diamond Anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip, who became the first reining British sovereign to reach this fantastic landmark! It is available signed by Lady Pamela Hicks, or double signed by Lady Pamela Hicks and Countess Mountbatten of Burma.

 

  • Queens Diamond Wedding Anniversary Stamps Cover
  • Featuring the Diamond Wedding stamps torn from the miniature sheet
  • With a London SW1 postmark 16th October, 2007)
  • Available signed by Lady Pamela Hicks and Countess Mountbatten of Burma

 

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The Diamond Wedding of Elizabeth & Philip

Their tune was 'People Will Say We're In Love' from the smash hit show Oklahoma! Their faces were those of Britain's favourite and most photographed sweetthearts and on November 20th 1947 they married.

During the ceremony, the Duke of Edinburgh gave Elizabeth a band of Welsh gold, as is customary among the royals, to wear alongside her engagement ring which was fashioned from diamonds that once decorated a tiara belonging to Philip's mother. The wedding was the first royal celebration following the war and Winston Churchill described the occasion as a "bright ray of colour on the hard grey road we have to travel".

Following the ceremony 150 guests enjoyed a wedding feast at Buckingham Palace.

 

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Countess Mountbatten of Burma CBE is a British peeress and the third cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. She was Her Majesty's Maid of Honour in 1947.

 

Lady Pamela Carmen Louise Hicks is a British aristocrat. She is the younger daughter of the 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma by his wife, Edwina Mountbatten. She was bridesmaid to the Queen on her special day.

 

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