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Royal Mail marks Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with 8 new special stamps

Royal Mail is celebrating Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with eight new stamps featuring a selection of images showing The Queen’s dedication to service during her 70-year reign. Each stamp shows a different facet of her work, from Trooping the Colour to visits across the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and the wider world.

This is the first time a Platinum Jubilee has been celebrated in the UK and will be both of national and international significance.

Accession Day falls on 6 February. Celebrations are planned to take place throughout 2022, including a special extended Bank Holiday weekend, from 2 to 6 June. The weekend will feature celebratory activities throughout the UK and across the Commonwealth.

Simon Thompson, CEO, Royal Mail, said:

“These stamps are a celebration of the second Elizabethan Age and a tribute to a remarkable lifetime of duty and public service. We are honoured to be releasing them to mark the occasion of the first Platinum Jubilee in the UK’s history, a momentous occasion.”

Her Majesty The Queen during a visit to the headquarters of MI5, London, February 2020.

Her Majesty The Queen with His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh during a tour of the United States, Washington, October 1957.

Her Majesty The Queen on a walkabout in Worcester, April 1980.

Her Majesty The Queen during Trooping the Colour, London, June 1978.

Her Majesty The Queen after touring the Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, May 2005.

Her Majesty The Queen during the Silver Jubilee celebrations, Camberwell, June 1977.

Her Majesty The Queen during a tour of the West Indies, in Victoria Park, St Vincent, February 1966.

Her Majesty The Queen at the Order of the Garter ceremony in Windsor, June 1999.

The Queen’s Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilees were also marked with special stamp issues.

The stamps and a range of collectible products are available now at:

and by phone on 03457 641 641.


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