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HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - A Life of Service - £1.00 Sheet

HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - A Life of Service - £1.00 Sheet

£10.00

The £1 stamp shows HRH Prince Philip as military dignitary and features a photograph of The Duke of Edinburgh visiting the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in support of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, to celebrate the appeal’s 90th Anniversary on 10 November 2011

The stamp sheets give the discerning collector access to all the printer's marks and any additional information on the selvedges.

Date of issue 06-07-2021
Withdrawal date 06-07-2023
Designer Jersey Stamps
Sheet 10
Size 36mm x 36mm
Process Four colour offset lithography, plus PMS Cool Grey
Denominations £1.00

Additional Information

His Royal Highness, Prince Philip was  Britain’s longest serving royal consort. He passed away at Windsor Castle on 9 April at the age of 99. Prince Philip dedicated his life to royal duty and was famously described by Her Majesty The Queen as her “strength and stay”.

Throughout his long and illustrious life, The Duke of Edinburgh was patron and supporter of more than 780 organisations, attending thousands of charity engagements and visits. He made royal visits to Jersey on several occasions, the first being in 1949.

Six stamps highlight some of the many facets of His Royal Highness’ life and celebrate his life and loyal years of service to the Crown, the people of Britain and the Commonwealth for over seventy years.

Additional Information

His Royal Highness, Prince Philip was  Britain’s longest serving royal consort. He passed away at Windsor Castle on 9 April at the age of 99. Prince Philip dedicated his life to royal duty and was famously described by Her Majesty The Queen as her “strength and stay”.

Throughout his long and illustrious life, The Duke of Edinburgh was patron and supporter of more than 780 organisations, attending thousands of charity engagements and visits. He made royal visits to Jersey on several occasions, the first being in 1949.

Six stamps highlight some of the many facets of His Royal Highness’ life and celebrate his life and loyal years of service to the Crown, the people of Britain and the Commonwealth for over seventy years.


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