Great Britain

Booklets

Stamp booklets were designed as an easy method of buying a number of stamps in one go, often from a machine so that they could be purchased outside post office opening hours, usually housed in thin card covers to protect them so that they could be carried in a wallet or handbag. In the early days a small premium for the convenience might be charged. Naturally, booklets in the early days were rarely preserved, so very old intact booklets are extremely rare; those that survive might contain just a few stamps and are often not in good condition. Later, booklets were sometimes issued with commemorative covers, often to mark an occasion that was not quite important enough for a stamp issue. Often the covers bear a printed date or serial number; many collectors choose to try to obtain all the variants.

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GB 1935 SGBB28 Booklet

Stock Code: P13410654

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 302)

Stock Code: P212017304

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 300)

Stock Code: P212017298

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 298)

Stock Code: P212017291

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 299)

Stock Code: P212017292

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 301)

Stock Code: P212017299

GB 1935 SGBB28 Booklet (Edition 297)

Stock Code: P212017290

GB 1935 SGBB16 Booklet (Edition 303)

Stock Code: P212017305