The above Royal Mail Fun Fruit and Veg stamps were issued on 25 March 2003 by Royal Mail and feature the following stamp designs: 1st Strawberry; 1st Potato; 1st Apple; 1st Red Pepper; 1st Pear; 1st Orange; 1st Tomato; 1st Lemon; 1st Brussel Sprout; 1st Aubergine. The Worshipful Company of Fruiterers first day cover with the Covent Garden Special Handstamp postmark has been produced by.
On 7th March 2006, Royal Mail issued a set of 10 fruit and vegetable stamps and labels (as a Smilers sheet). They clearly take diet advice seriously because they issued a very similar set of fruit and veg stamps back in 2003. As luck would have it, we found a limited number of our 2003 covers, each with one 2003 fruit or veg stamp. These were produced for Great Ormond Street Hospital at the.
Fruit stickers date back to 1929, when banana importer Fyffes began putting its blue label on fruit. But they really took off in the 1960s, the golden era of branding. But they really took off in.
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Fun fruit and veg stamps; Stamps with stick-on moustaches, hats and boots; More recently, there has been an introduction of two new large size definitive stamps as part of the Royal Mail’s pricing structure which incorporates sizes as well as weight.
CHILDREN at a North-East nursery had a preview of the world's first DIY stamps this week. The three and four-year-olds at Borough Road Nursery, Darlington, tested out Royal Mail's new Fun Fruit.