|ID||Michel: Scott: Stanley Gibbons: Yvert: UPU: GB025.10 Category: Co|
|Stamps in set||10:|
|Value|| 1st class - Normal Parkinson,
1st class - Vivien Leigh, Actress
1st class - Peter Cushing Actor
1st class - David lloyod George, Politic
1st class - Elizabeth David, Writer
1st class - John Archer London Mayor
1st class - Benjamin Britten classical composers
1st class - Mary Leakey archaeologist and anthropologist
1st class - Bill Shankly footballer and manager
1st class - Richard Dimbleby BBC flagship
|Size (width x height)||35x35mm|
|Layout||stripe of 10 stamps 5x2 ; sheets of 25/50|
|Products||FDC x 1 PP x1|
|Perforation||14.5 x 14.5|
|Printed by||Cartor Security Printing|
|Issuing Authority||Royal Mail|
Born Ronald William Parkinson Smith, he was one of the worlds most celebrated portrait and fashion photographers: a perfectionist celebrated for his action realism style
Leigh was an English actress who won Oscars for her powerful and iconic performances as Scarlett OHara in Gone With the Wind and Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire.
Peter Wilton Cushing was a British character actor who played a number of highly memorable roles including Professor Van Helsing, Grand Moff Tarkin and Sherlock Holmes.
Lloyd George was Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922 and was one of the true radicals in politics. Although born in Manchester, he was the first and only Welshman to hold the office of PM.
While studying at the Sorbonne in Paris, David developed a love of fine cuisine, which she shared with austere, post-war Britain through a series of groundbreaking cookbooks.
Born in Liverpool of Barbadian descent, John Archer was a prize-winning photographer who further distinguished himself by becoming the first ever Afro-Caribbean London Mayor.
One of the UKs finest ever classical composers. His works include a number of operas as well as the War Requiem, first performed at the consecration of the rebuilt Coventry Cathedral.
Bill Shankly was a Scottish footballer and manager who achieved his greatest successes at Liverpool FC, with whom he won three First Division titles, two FA Cups and the UEFA Cup.
Widely acknowledged as one of the most respected figures in British broadcasting history, Dimbleby was the anchor of the BBC flagship programme Panorama from 1955 until 1965
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Latest update 03.01.2018
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