Stanley Gibbons opens a stamp counter within his father's chemist shop in Plymouth.
The first Stanley Gibbons stamp catalogue is published; a penny price list that ran monthly until 1879.
Stanley Gibbons’ first magazine issue is published. Still the leading publication for philatelists for well over a centenary later.
The opening lot at the newly founded Stanley Gibbons Auction House goes under the hammer.
Stanley Gibbons celebrates 100 years. Queen Elizabeth II renews the Royal Warrant, naming Stanley Gibbons the official suppliers to the Royal Household.
Queen Elizabeth II presents Stanley Gibbons Ltd with The Queen's Award to Industry for outstanding achievement.
A complete sheet of Chinese Monkey Stamps go under the hammer and sell for £109,250 setting a new in-house record.