Own Royal Mail’s NEW Queen Stamps on the exclusive ULTIMATE Edition
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Own Royal Mail’s NEW Queen Stamps on the exclusive ULTIMATE Edition


Own Royal Mail’s NEW Queen Stamps on the exclusive ULTIMATE Edition

Royal Mail have just announced the release of thirteen official Queen Stamps, to commemorate 50 years since the iconic band was first formed in 1970.

Scheduled for release on 9 July, they are a MUST-HAVE piece of memorabilia, featuring eight of the band’s most iconic Albums, from A Night at the Opera to News of the World, as well as the exclusive ‘Queen Live’ Miniature Sheet, featuring all four members of Queen performing live.

And we are now taking urgent pre-release orders on the strictly limited ULTIMATE Edition. Reserve yours today.

But it’s strictly limited to JUST 995 sets worldwide…

What makes the ULTIMATE Edition ‘ultimate’, is that it comprises BOTH official Royal Mail First Day Covers alongside the stamps’ official release notes – and has been mounted and framed, ready for you to display in your home or office.

Significantly, the stamps will be officially postmarked by Royal Mail with a special cancellation on their first day of issue – 9 July 2020. 

Remember, JUST 995 ULTIMATE Editions will ever be issued WORLDWIDE. That makes this set one of the most limited ways to own these sought-after Queen stamps…

This is a must-have piece of memorabilia for any fan of Queen. We’re now taking urgent pre-release orders on the exclusive ULTIMATE Edition, strictly limited to 995. Reserve yours today.

Order Ref 185/V076/3
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Price £70.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)


  • Actual Size of Frame: A3
  • Stamps: GB 2020 Queen 8v and Miniature Sheet
  • Postmark: 09.07.20
  • Edition Limit: 995

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