Nevis Diana 9 Firsrt Day Covers

In 1997 the Caribbean island of Nevis honoured the late Diana Princess of Wales with a series of 9 different stamps. Each stamp has a close-up portrait of Diana. Each stamp is on a full-colour First Day Cover and cancelled on the First Day of Issue, the 19th of September 1997. She was a very beautiful woman and these stamps show just that. You get all nine different First Day Covers for just £8.95, but supplies are very limited. Today they are 23 years old and show a beautiful woman on nine (9) different First Day Covers.
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SKU: PPD9900
£10.95
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