Peter's GB Stamp Album

British stamps from 1924 to date. If you are interested in buying any stamps illustrated on these pages, please make a note of the SG catalogue number(s) and go to my price list:

Price lists

SGX895-X1051 Queen Elizabeth II decimal definitives (12p - 18p)

all stamps are 21mm x 24mm

Values ½p to 75p issued between 15th February 1971 and 6th February 1996
ValueSG #Phosphor*Printer**Perfs.
12p

12p yellowish green

X8952BH (P)15x14
X943ppH (P)15x14
12p

12p bright emerald

X896/EuCBH (P)15x14
X897/EaR/LBH (P)15x14
12½p

12½p light emerald

X898/Eu/EuaCBH (P)15x14
X899/EaR/LBH (P)15x14
13p

13p olive-grey

X944ppH (P)15x14
13p

13p pale chestnut

X900/EuCBH (P)15x14
X901/EaR/LBH (P)15x14
X1005CBQ (L)15x14
X1006/EaR/LBQ (L)15x14
13½p

13½p purple-brown

X945ppH (P)15x14
14p

14p grey-blue

X9022BH (P)15x14
X946ppH (P)15x14
14p

14p deep blue

X903CBH (P)15x14
X904RBH (P)15x14
X1007CBQ (L)15x14
X1051RBW (L)14 ¹
15p

15p bright blue

X905CBH (P)15x14
X906/EaL/RBH (P)15x14
15p

15p ultramarine

X947ppH (P)15x14
15½p

15½p pale violet

X907/Eu2BH (P)15x14
X948ppH (P)15x14
16p

16p olive-drab

X9082BH (P)15x14
X949/EuppH (P)15x14
16½p

16½p pale chestnut

X950ppH (P)15x14
17p

17p light emerald

X951 ppH (P)15x14
17p

17p grey-blue

X909/Eu2BH (P)15x14
X952/EuppH (P)15x14
17p

17p deep blue

X910CBH (P)15x14
X911/EaR/LBH (P)15x14
X1008CBQ (L)15x14
17½p

17½p pale chestnut

X953ppH (P)15x14
18p

18p deep olive-grey

X9122BH (P)15x14
X955ppH (P)15x14
X1009ppQ (L)15x14
X10102BQ (L)15x14
18p

18p bright green

X913CBH (P)15x14
X1011CBQ (L)15x14
X1012/EaR/LBQ (L)15x14
18p

18p deep violet

X954ppH (P)15x14

* Phosphor issues. Stamps are printed with: (2B) 2 phosphor bands, (CB) centre band, (LB or RB) left or right bands, or on (pp) phosphorised paper or with (aop) "all over phosphor".

** Stamps are printed by (E) Joh. Enshede en Zonen, (H) Harrison & Sons, (Q) Questa Colour Security Printers, (W) Walsall Security Printers or (JW) John Waddington Security Print.

** Printing methods used are (P) photogravure or (L) lithography.

¹ Booklet stamps with one or two sides imperforate

Phosphor bands are printed vertically on the face of the stamp and are visible under UV radiation or at an oblique angle to a light source. Some values occur with the phosphor missing. Such varieties are not featured here.

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