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Royal Mail Pink Floyd The Division Bell stamp set
On 7 January 2010 Royal Mail issued a set of ten stamps featuring Classic Album Covers. Pink Floyds 'The Division Bell is one of the albums featured.

Having worked closely with the bands representatives and have now been allowed to produce an officially licensed 'Divison Bell First Day Cover, which has been authorised and approved. This item has been produced in a strictly limited edition of just 1,994 pieces worldwide as the album was originally released in 1994.

Each cover in the edition is individually numbered and has the Division Bell stamp cancelled by a special 'single day of use postmark for the day of issue incorporating a picture of the band for Ely in Cambridgeshire. Ely Cathedral features in the cover design and the famous heads were arranged in a field near Ely during the design of the album cover. The cover also incorporates several of the 'album art images variously used on the album and CD releases throughout the world.

The reverse of the envelope bears some descriptive text related to the album to complete this highly collectable 'Pink Floyd item, which looks wonderful framed.

This product can be ordered from our website http://www.scificollectorshop.co.uk and following the 'Pink Floyd link from the home page.

To be in with a chance of winning a set just send an email with BELL! in the subject line to [email protected] including your name, address, email and telephone number. Winners will be notified by phone/email.

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago / ended 5 Apr 105 April 2010

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