1965 3d Elizabeth II Stamp United Kingdom Post Office Tower


This postage stamp from the United Kingdom, issued in 1965, features the iconic Post Office Tower and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The stamp's design includes a vertical depiction of the Post Office Tower on the left side, with a detailed image of the tower's structure and the buildings at its base. On the right side, the stamp showcases a profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing a crown. The stamp's value is indicated as "3d" (three old pence).

The stamp is printed in shades of blue and gold, with the text "POST OFFICE TOWER" prominently displayed above the portrait of the Queen. The lower portion of the stamp credits "ASDOTT" as the designer and "HARRISON AND SONS LTD" as the printer.

This stamp is a significant piece of philatelic history, commemorating the Post Office Tower, which was the tallest building in the UK at the time of its completion in 1964. It serves as a valuable collector's item for those interested in British history, architecture, and royal memorabilia.

Series: Post Office Tower

Issued on: 1965-10-08

Size: 24 x 41 mm

Condition: used (Please take a look at the video. The stamp you receive will be exactly the same as the one in the video. The colors are more accurate in the image than in the video.) Video as part of the description.

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