Top 3 Stamp Collecting Birds of Prey UK – Learning & Education Toys

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1. Royal Mail Stamps

10 x 1st Class Royal Mail Mint Postage Stamps. 2003 Birds of Prey stamps featuring the Barn Owl and Kestrel, Birds of Prey stamps

Royal Mail Stamps - 2003 birds of prey stamps featuring the Barn Owl and Kestrel. Issued by the royal Mail on 14th January 2003. This 10 stamp set features two birds in flight, the barn owl representing the nocturnal group and the kestrel representing the diurnal group. Each bird had been captured on the wing in a series of five high speed photographs, the barn owl landing and the kestrel taking off, by bird photographer Stephen Dalton. Birds of prey stamps - 10 first class royal Mail Mint Stamps. Ideal for postage or as a gift or keepsake, making a wonderful addition to any collection.
BrandRoyal Mail Stamps
ManufacturerRoyal Mail

2. JKHJG

50Pcs/Lot Bird of Prey Raptor Stamps All Different from Many Countries Unused Marked Postage Stamps for Collecting

JKHJG - Great for kids! attractive packaging keeps stamps safe and allows them to arrive in great condition! Perfect as a reward for great behaviour, the study of stamps, collectable stamps are infinitely useful and fun! Access your creativity with these stamps! Philately makes a great hobby! philately, is very popular among students.

If you’d like to surprise a friend or relative with a unique gift for birthday, anniversary or wedding – old stamps collection could be just the thing. Satisfaction service: If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Note: *stamps included in each set may vary from those shown in product images.
BrandJKHJG
ManufacturerJKHJG

3. Royal Mail

2003 Birds of Prey Royal Mail Presentation pack -No.343

Royal Mail - There is also a reminder of the importance of their conservation. Ideal as a gift or keepsake, making a wonderful addition to any collection. 343. British presentation Packs catalogue number PP312 printed no.

The pack opens to photograph of each and details their habitats, hunting and breeding patterns. 2003 birds of prey commemorative presentation Pack. Issued by the royal Mail on 14th January 2003. Each bird had been captured on the wing in a series of five high speed photographs, the barn owl landing and the kestrel taking off, by bird photographer Stephen Dalton. This pack contains a set of ten 1st class mint stamps and features two birds in flight, the barn owl representing the nocturnal group and the kestrel representing the diurnal group.
BrandRoyal Mail
ManufacturerRoyal Mail
Part NumberPP312 (printed no. 343)
ModelPrinted no. 343