Guyana, Marshall Is., Nevis & Palau
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On November 27, 2017, the British Royal Family surprised us with the announcement of the engagement of Prince Harry, the younger son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, to American actress and humanitarian Meghan Markle. Through our worldwide contacts we have been able to acquire some of the first postal issues honoring the young couple. Commemorative sheets of two from the Marshall Islands, Palau and Guyana picture the happy couple on the day of the announcement, while a charming sheet of 4 from Nevis entitled "The Royals" features photos of Queen Elizabeth, William and Kate, Harry and Meghan, and an adorable photo of George and Charlotte, the children of William and Kate.
Our regular price for these four sheets is $45, but you can save $10 on the set of four with this special offer!
Prince Harry's Engagement Issue – Kenmore Online Special Only $35
Save 33% on this Elegant 1988 Mint Commemorative Sheet
So impressive, you'll want to frame this colorful commemorative sheet, and measuring 4" x 6" it will make a commanding display! Released on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the New Zealand Royal Philatelic Society, this handsome issue draws on the exquisite state portrait painted by Alfred Edward Chalon of a young Queen Victoria in her coronation robes at her first public appearance at the age of 18 in 1837. The "Chalon Head" was used on more than 300 early British Colonies stamps, including the 1859 New Zealand issue shown on this sheet.
New Zealand Queen Victoria Sheet ... Regularly $3.00
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Gibraltar, a strategic British Crown Colony at the entrance of the Mediterranean, is popular with collectors for its stamps depicting the Royal Family. This attractive commemorative sheet celebrates the 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey. (Gibraltar #1283)More...
1998 Complete Mint Set of 4
Anguilla honors Princess Diana with this lovely set of 4 showing the "People's Princess" over the years from a youthful bride to a Red Cross volunteer warning of the dangers of land mines in Africa. Save 25% off its $12 international catalog value! (Anguilla #969)
1982 Lesotho Official First Day Cover!
She used her charm and royal position to make the plight of the less fortunate be known to the world. Help preserve the memory of Princess Diana's compassion and generosity with this large, colorful First Day of Issue Cover from the African nation of Lesotho. Includes three beautiful portraits of the young Princess - all canceled on her birthday on July 1, 1982. Actual size 4-3/4 x 9-1/4 inches.
Lesotho Princess Diana Cover -- Regular Price $9.95
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Unusual North Korea Issue
Why the hardline communist regime would allow its post office to create this issue celebrating the 1981 British Royal Wedding is unknown. The sheet of 4 includes the official first day of issue cancel honoring Charles & Diana's 1981 Royal Wedding . Sheet measures 5-1/2 x 7-5/8 inches.
1982 North Korea Commemorative Sheet
There had to be a fascination with the British Royalty in the upper levels of North Korea's communist regime to issue this 1982 sheet of 4 with official first day of issue cancel honoring the birth of Prince William .
This large 5-1/2 x 7-5/8 inch sheet includes a photo of Princess Diana on the left with 4 different postage stamps showing Diana, Prince Charles and the newborn Prince William. Thirty-one years later the world anxiously watched as Prince William and Kate left St. Mary's Hospital with their new young Prince!More...
2007 St. Vincent Mint Commemorative Sheet of 4
Diana's devotion for her two sons and her compassion for the less fortunate are clearly visible in this beautiful mint sheet released from the Union Island of St. Vincent on the 10th anniversary of her death. A remarkable woman who was loved throughout the world for her charitable deeds, zest for life and her heart full of smiles. Actual size 4" x 6".
1998 Tonga Mint Sheet of 4
A few months after her untimely death 20 years ago, Tonga joined other British Commonwealth nations with the release of this attractive sheet of stamps featuring four informal portraits of the photogenic Princess. A surcharge from the sale of the sheet was donated to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund which continues her charity work of improving the lives of disadvantaged people around the world.