01 January (Personalized and Private Mail Stamps ) within release United Kingdom : 1971 Postal Strike London goes into circulation Stamp Osbourne's Sutton and Belmont Emergency Delivery Service face value 1 British penny (old)
|Stamp Osbourne's Sutton and Belmont Emergency Delivery Service in catalogues|
|Colnect codes:||Col: UK-PSL 1971-74|
Stamp is square format.
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|Stamp Osbourne's Sutton and Belmont Emergency Delivery Service in digits|
|Country:||Personalized and Private Mail Stamps|
|Face Value:||1 British penny (old)|
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