Postage Stamps 2020

Coronation Street - May 28th 2020

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Stamp 2nd, Ena Sharples and Elsie Tanner from Coronation Street (2020) Ena Sharples and Elsie Tanner, 2nd
2nd, Stan and Hilda Ogden from Coronation Street (2020) Stan and Hilda Ogden, 2nd
1st, Vera and Jack Duckworth from Coronation Street (2020) Vera and Jack Duckworth, 1st
1st, Deirdre and Ken Barlow from Coronation Street (2020) Deirdre and Ken Barlow, 1st
£1.42, Rita Sullivan and Norris Cole from Coronation Street (2020) Rita Sullivan and Norris Cole, £1.42
£1.42, Hayley and Roy Cropper from Coronation Street (2020) Hayley and Roy Cropper, £1.42
£1.63, Sunita and Dev Alahan from Coronation Street (2020) Sunita and Dev Alahan, £1.63
£1.63, Tracy Barlow and Steve McDonald from Coronation Street (2020) Tracy Barlow and Steve McDonald, £1.63
1st, Bet from Coronation Street (2020) Bet, 1st
1st, Raquel from Coronation Street (2020) Raquel, 1st
£1.42, Liz from Coronation Street (2020) Liz, £1.42
£1.42, Gemma from Coronation Street (2020) Gemma, £1.42
Miniature Sheet Coronation Street - (2020) Coronation Street Coronation Street

End of the Second World War - May 8th 2020

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Stamp 2nd, Servicemen welcomed home, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Servicemen welcomed home, 1945, 2nd
2nd, Nurses celebrate, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Nurses celebrate, 1945, 2nd
1st, Jubilant public, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Jubilant public, 1945, 1st
1st, Evacuees return home, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Evacuees return home, 1945, 1st
£1.42, Troops parade at end of war, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Troops parade at end of war, 1945, £1.42
£1.42, Demobilised servicemen, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Demobilised servicemen, 1945, £1.42
£1.63, Allied POWs liberated, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Allied POWs liberated, 1945, £1.63
£1.63, Navy personnel celebrate, 1945 from End of the Second World War (2020) Navy personnel celebrate, 1945, £1.63
Miniature Sheet End of the Second World War - (2020) End of the Second World War End of the Second World War

Romantic Poets - 7th April 2020

Celebrating 250 Years Of Wordsworth And British Romantic Poetry

James Bond - 17th March 2020

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Stamp 1st, Casino Royale (2006) from James Bond (2020) Casino Royale (2006), Daniel Craig, 1st
1st, GoldenEye (1995) from James Bond (2020) GoldenEye (1995), Pierce Brosnan, 1st
1st, The Living Daylights (1987) from James Bond (2020) The Living Daylights (1987), Timothy Dalton, 1st
£1.60, Live And Let Die (1973) from James Bond (2020) Live And Let Die (1973), Roger Moore, £1.60
£1.60, On Her Majestys Secret Service (1969) from James Bond (2020) On Her Majestys Secret Service (1969), George Lazenby, £1.60
£1.60, Goldfinger (1964) from James Bond (2020) Goldfinger (1964), Sean Connery, £1.60
£1.55, Lotus Esprit Submarine - The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) from James Bond (2020) Lotus Esprit Submarine - The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), £1.55
£1.55, Little Nellie - You Only Live Twice (1967) from James Bond (2020) Little Nellie - You Only Live Twice (1967), £1.55
1st, Bell-Textron Jet Pack - Thunderball (1965) from James Bond (2020) Bell-Textron Jet Pack - Thunderball (1965), 1st
1st, Aston Martin DB5 - Skyfall (2012) from James Bond (2020) Aston Martin DB5 - Skyfall (2012), 1st
Miniature Sheet James Bond - (2020) James Bond James Bond


Visions of the universe - 11th February 2020

Cat’s eye nebula – 2nd

Three thousand light-years away, the Cat's Eye Nebula, a dying star throws off shells of glowing gas.


Geysers on Encelades – 2nd

Saturn's moon Enceladus hides a water ocean beneath its icy crust, and it's one of the likeliest candidates to harbor life beyond our own planet. Over 100 geysers have been identified. Some of the water vapor falls back as "snow"; the rest escapes, and supplies most of the material making up Saturn's E ring. According to NASA scientists, the plumes are similar in composition to comets.


Pulsars – 1st

Pulsars are rotating neutron stars observed to have pulses of radiation at very regular intervals that typically range from milliseconds to seconds. Pulsars have very strong magnetic fields which funnel jets of particles out along the two magnetic poles. These accelerated particles produce very powerful beams of light


Black holes – 1st

A black hole is a region of spacetime exhibiting gravitational acceleration so strong that nothing—no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from it.


Jupiter’s auroras - £1.55

For the first time ever, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has spotted electrons being fired down into Jupiter’s atmosphere at up to 400,000 volts. That’s an enormous amount of energy that gives rise to the planet’s glowing auroras. These incredibly high voltages, however, are only spotted occasionally — and that’s raising questions about what exactly is behind some of the planet’s most vivid glows at the poles.

Gravitational lensing - £1.55

As the light emitted by distant galaxies passes by massive objects in the universe, the gravitational pull from these objects can distort or bend the light. This is called gravitational lensing.

Strong gravitational lensing can actually result in such strongly bent light that multiple images of the light-emitting galaxy are formed.

Weak gravitational lensing results in galaxies appearing distorted, stretched or magnified. Although difficult to measure for an individual galaxy, galaxies clustered close together will exhibit similar lensing patterns.


Comet 67P - £1.60

The European Space Agency made history when a space probe successfully landed on the surface of a comet 500 million km away from Earth.

It is a mission which has been decades in the planning.

Here are some top facts about the probe which was sent to the surface and the comet itself.

Philae lander

  • Travelled 6.4 billion km (four billion miles) to reach the comet
  • Journey took 10 years
  • Planning for the journey began 25 years ago

Comet 67P

  • Is more than four billion years old
  • Has a mass of 10 billion tonnes
  • Is hurtling through space at 18km/s (40,000mph)
  • Is shaped like a rubber duck



Cygnus A galaxy - £1.60

Cygnus A is a large galaxy that sits in the middle of a cluster of galaxies about 760 million light years from Earth. A supermassive black hole at the center of Cygnus A is rapidly growing as it pulls material swirling around it into its gravitational grasp. During this process, some of this material is redirected away from the black hole in the form of narrow beams, or jets. Such jets can significantly affect how the galaxy and its surroundings evolve.

Video games - 21st January 2020

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Elite | 1984 | BBC Micro and Acorn Electron Second Class

Dizzy | 1987 | ZX Spectrum £1.60

Populous | 1989 | Commodore Amiga £1.60

Lemmings | 1991 | Commodore Amiga First Class

Micro Machines | 1991 | Sega Mega Drive £1.55

Sensible Soccer | 1992 | Commodore Amiga First Class

Wipeout | 1995 | Sony Playstation £1.55

Worms | 1995 | Commodore Amiga Second Class