As any visitor to Gustamps shop in Brighton would be aware , Gustamps have one of the finest stocks of Elvis Presley stamps for sale in the UK. Gustamps Elvis stamp stock includes Mint stamp sets, miniature sheets and F.D.C.s all available at bargain prices. Gustamps point out that many countries have issued Elvis stamps but one of the most popular Elvis stamps at Gustamps sho is the one issued by the USA in 1993. Gustamps have heard that a brand new Elvis stamp is to be issued by the USA this year. Gustamps can reveal that the stamp printed simply in black and white depicts Elvis as he was in 1955 also has Elvis’ signature printed in gold. Gustamps hope to be able to offer this great new issue Elvis Presley stamp for sale at Gustamps Brighton based shop shortly. Gustamps also have Buddy Holly and other Rock & Roll stamp issues available at Gustamps shop situated near Brighton Town Hall and the Brighton Lanes.
A regular customer to Gustamps shop told Gustamps shop staff about his visit to Blenheim Palace (Churchill’s birthplace). Gustamps staff heard that whilst there he saw Mr David Cameron, the Prime Minister. Gustamps customer told Gustamps manager that the PM was unveiling a plaque dedicated to Churchill which depicted the brown 4D Churchill stamp issued by the GPO in 1965. Whilst at Gustamps shop, Gustamps customer bought one of the original British 1965 Churchill stamps with an error. The error stamp which was on sale at Gustamps had a colour shift with a broken white line. This gave the impression of Churchill’s shoulder appearing to be dislocated on the stamp illustration.
Thanks from Gustamps to Gustamps customer for his interesting news and for allowing Gustamps to share it with other readers.
As an update about the news regarding the Canada Post Stamp Error, Gustamps have discovered that not all the stamp errors were recalled. According to Gustamps several sheets showing the error had already been sold to collectors. Gustamps have heard that these have already been offered on Ebay at High Premium prices above the face value. Gustamps do not have any of these stamps available for sale at the moment. Gustamps wait with interest to see how the Canada Post Stamp Error story unfolds.
Whilst buying some Newfoundland stamps at Gustamps Brighton shop, one of Gustamps customers told the manager at Gustamps how he had heard that the Canadian post office had made a great error. Gustamps manager learnt from the customer that whilst at his local stamp club he had heard that Canada post had issued a stamp booklet for UNESCO Heritage Sites. Gustamps was told that one of the stamps in the booklet which should have illustrated Dinosaur Park actually depicted an illustration of a rock formation in Alberta, Canada. Gustamps customer said he heard that many thousands of booklets had to be recalled because of the error. Gustamps manager told the customer he had heard that a miniature sheet was due to be issued for the same commemoration, and wondered if that would be withdrawn too.
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