Special Stamps

The Gruffalo special stamps

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Royal Mail have released a ‘The Gruffalo’ special stamps collection. There are six stamps in total featuring the characters, and the presentation pack would make a lovely gift for fans of the bedtime classic. 

The stamps are available to purchase at Galmpton Post Office now. 

Cricket World Cup Winners special stamps

Royal Mail’s latest special stamps issue celebrates England’s Women’s and Men’s ICC Cricket World Cup respective victories in 2017, and now in 2019.

The issue features eight stamps in total, capturing both teams’ celebrations on winning the cups. Available to purchase at Galmpton Post Office now.

Royal Navy ships special stamps

Paying tribute to the oldest of Britain’s armed forces, Royal Mail release their Royal Navy ships special stamps issue later this month.

Including the Mary Rose and HMS Queen Elizabeth, the issue features eight ships in total. The stamps will be on sale and available to purchase at Galmpton Post Office from Thursday 19th September 2019.

For more information, pop in and speak to Gary or give us a call on 01803 842148.

Forestry Commission special stamps

The latest special Stamps issue from Royal Mail captures six favourite views in Forestry Commission and related forests across the UK, including Sherwood Forest and Westonbirt, the National Arboretum.

The stamps go on sale and are available to purchase at Galmpton Post Office from 13th August.

Royal Mail July special stamps: Curious Customs

In this latest issue, titled Curious Customs, Royal Mails celebrates unusual annual customs taking place throughout the UK. From Cheese Rolling to Halloween and Bog Snorkelling to the Padstow ‘Obby ‘Oss, the collection of eight stamps showcases a diverse and rich heritage of traditional and unusual customs.

The Presentation Pack and individual stamps will be available to purchase at Galmpton Post Office from Tuesday 9th July.

Royal Mail release special stamps for 75th anniversary of D-Day

Royal Mail marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day with it’s June Special Stamps issue. Available to purchase from Galmpton Post Office from Thursday 6th June, there are six stamps in total.

Do you have a question about the issue, or a general enquiry for the Post Office? Pop in store and speak to Gary, give us a call on 01803 842148 or contact us here.

Royal Mail special issue stamps: Queen Victoria Bicentenary

Royal Mail’s upcoming special issue honours two significant bicentenaries for 2019.  Marking the birth of both Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert, the stamps chart the life of Victoria from Princess to Empress. An accompanying miniature sheet also celebrates the legacy of Prince Albert.

On sale at Galmpton Post Office from Friday 24th May 2019, visit Royal Mail’s website for a sneak peek ahead of the release.

Do you have a question about the issue, or a general enquiry for the Post Office? Pop in store and speak to Gary, give us a call on 01803 842148 or contact us here.

Royal Mail Special Stamps: British Engineering

On sale at Galmpton Post Office from Thursday 2nd May, Royal Mail’s latest issue celebrates six world-renowned projects and creations in British engineering from the past 50 years.

For more information on the issue, pop in store, give us a call or contact us here.

March 2019 special stamps: Birds of Prey

Royal Mail’s Birds of Prey special stamps issue will be on sale at Galmpton Post Office from Thursday 4th April.

The birds in the 10-stamp issue have been captured by photographer, Tim Flach and all breed in the UK, including the Red Kite, Golden Eagle and Kestrel.

For more information on the issue, pop in store and speak to Gary, give us a call or contact us here.

February 2019 special stamps: Leonardo da Vinci

On Wednesday 13th February Royal Mail’s latest special stamps issue will be on sale at Galmpton Post Office. The latest issue marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci.

There are twelve unique stamps in the set, featuring a selection of da Vinci’s drawings from Her Majesty the Queen’s collection, which was acquired by King Charles II around 1670.

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