The Framed Machin Portrait Collection
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A British Design Classic

Since it first appeared on a British postage stamp in 1967 the Arnold Machin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II has become part of British life – a Design Classic. Now as part of Her Majesty the Queen’s Coronation Celebrations a limited edition framed presentation has been released

The Machin Portrait Framed Collection

You can be one of just 500 people to own this British Design Classic - with a special collector’s card featuring a Gold Machin 1st class stamp as its centrepiece. This has been postmarked by Royal Mail on one-day-only – the Queen’s Coronation Anniversary date - 2nd June 2013, casting the edition limit forever in stone 

Alongside this special collector’s card your framed presentation comprises no fewer than 25 different stamps all featuring this wonderful portrait, all in a variety of colours.

These stamps really do make quite an impression. Mounted on black board, every collection is professionally framed and ready-to-hang. The perfect gift for a loved one or as a decoration in your own home, you won’t want to miss out.

First-come first-served

Because this collection is strictly limited to just 500, to be fair we have had to make this collection available on a first-come first served basis only. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Make sure you don’t miss out on this superb opportunity by reserving your Machin Portrait Framed Collection immediately.

Order Ref 185/560Q/0


  • Actual size of frame: 344mm x 466mm
  • Postmarked on the Queen's Coronation Anniversary date - 2nd June 2013

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.