Set of four postage stamps, 'British Discovery and

Made:
1967

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Set of four postage stamps, 'British Discovery and Invention', issued by the Post Office 19 September 1967. (Withdrawn 18 September 1968). The last commemorative issue to bear a watermark. Radar screen, 4d; Penicillin mould, 1/-; both designed by Clive Abbott. Jet engines VC-10, 1/6; Television equipment, 1/9; both designed by Negus and Sharland.

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1999-816
type:
postage stamps
credit:
Cowling, Charlotte
status:
Permanent collection

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