George Eliot 200th Birth Anniversary - 99p Sheet of Ten
Eliot and Lewes’ only expedition by carriage during their stay in Jersey was to Bouley Bay on 13 July. Eliot describes it as a "delicious evening when the sea was glassy smooth. The coast there is an agreeable contrast to that on the Gorey side of the island - tall hills with curving slopes, and perpendicular indentations making dark shadows on the soft green." This depiction is portrayed on the 99p stamp. The stamp sheets give the discerning collector access to all the printer's marks and any additional information on the selvedges.
|Date of issue||01/11/2019|
|Size||30mm x 40mm|
|Process||Four colour offset lithography plus metallic gold litho ink|