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* Stamps | Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary - top quality approved by specialists SALE
* Stamps | Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary - top quality approved by specialists SALE
* Stamps | Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary - top quality approved by specialists SALE

* Stamps | Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary

2.50 € 3.43 €
📮🌍🎉 Introducing the Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary stamp, available exclusively at Postcards Market! 🎉🌍📮

This beautiful stamp celebrates the accession of Queen Elizabeth II to the throne and is a must-have for any stamp collector or postcard enthusiast. The intricate design features an image of Her Majesty alongside iconic symbols of Gibraltar, including its famous Barbary macaques.

The target audience for this product is anyone who loves stamps and postcards, especially those interested in collecting unique and rare items. This product would also appeal to history buffs or fans of British royalty.

The mood/theme surrounding this product is one of celebration and commemoration. It represents a significant moment in history that has been captured on a beautifully designed piece that can be treasured forever.

When using this product as part of a human-to-human experience, imagine receiving it from someone who has just returned from their travels to Gibraltar. They may have visited some historical sites related to Queen Elizabeth II's reign or simply stumbled upon it while exploring local markets. Regardless, they thoughtfully chose this special item with you in mind as they know how much you love stamps!

If you are an avid traveler yourself with your own collection of postcards and stamps, imagine exchanging these treasures with fellow enthusiasts around the world! You could send them your favorite cards featuring landmarks from your hometown while receiving unique pieces like our Gibraltar 2017 Accession 65th Anniversary Stamp in return.

To make sure your collection stays organized when exchanging cards with others or adding new ones yourself - try categorizing them by theme (like flags/countries) so that finding specific ones later will be easier!

In terms best practices/tips for using our products: always handle them carefully since many are delicate due their age/condition; store them properly away from direct sunlight/moisture; use acid-free paper/envelopes when sending them to protect the integrity of the card/stamp.

Overall, this product is a unique and special addition to any postcard or stamp collection. It represents an important moment in history while also being visually stunning. Don't miss out on adding it to your own collection today!
Technical details:
  • 14.03.2017
  • Stephen Perera
  • ©Getty Images
  • Cartor Security Printers
  • Offset Lithography
  • 4
  • 40 x 40mm
  • 22p, 64p, 70p, 80p, £2, £3 

During 1951, George VI’s health declined and Elizabeth frequently stood in for him at public events. When she toured Canada and visited President Harry S. Truman in Washington, D.C., in October 1951, her private secretary, Martin Charteris, carried a draft accession declaration in case the King died while she was on tour. In early 1952, Elizabeth and Philip set out for a tour of Australia and New Zealand by way of Kenya. On 6 February 1952, they had just returned to their Kenyan home, Sagana Lodge, after a night spent at Treetops Hotel, when word arrived of the death of the King and consequently Elizabeth’s immediate accession to the throne. Philip broke the news to the new Queen. Martin Charteris asked her to choose a regal name; she chose to remain Elizabeth, “of course”.She was proclaimed queen throughout her realms and the royal party hastily returned to the United Kingdom.She and the Duke of Edinburgh moved into Buckingham Palace.