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Europe/Great Britain : 1935 King George V Jubilee Stamps

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2010ccg
05 Apr 2021
03:07:03pm
I have a question or two ...
I am organizing and documenting my Jubilee stamps and have the information on the initial 1935 Jubilee stamps of GB and the Morocco Agencies and Tangier.
There are individual designs for the Dominions and South Africa HOWEVER -----

I would like to know who designed the stamp with the Windsor Castle for most of the colonies? Was it a joint printing or up to the colonies?
Thanks for the information ...
Cheryl
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05 Apr 2021
04:07:44pm

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05 Apr 2021
11:30:57pm
re: 1935 King George V Jubilee Stamps

My favourite issue of all time. There are some superb resources online. This site is my recommendation

http://www.silverjubileestamps.com

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2010ccg
07 Apr 2021
04:43:06pm
re: 1935 King George V Jubilee Stamps

Excellent resource I appreciate all the messages and help. I`m just in to organizing the stamps accumulated over the years. It is interesting the stories behind some of the issues,The follow up and disaster following the issues from India I found to be my favorite story.

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10 Apr 2021
10:37:08pm
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It is interesting the stories behind some
of the issues,The follow up and disaster
following the issues from India I found
to be my favorite story.


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