1910-1936 KGV stamps

King George V stampsDiscover the stamps and postal history of King George V, the so-called Collector King, who was a passionate stamp collector himself, helping to form what is now the Royal Philatelic Collection. For regular opinion, advice and information on KGV stamps don't miss Stamp & Coin Mart magazine.

Did you know? King George V was president of the Royal Philatelic Society London between 1896 and 1910.

Find out more about the British Empire Exhibition stamps issued in 1924 and re-issued the following year ...


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GB stamps expert Mike Jackson presents an overview of KGV stamps issued in Britain during the collector King’s ...


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Ed Fletcher provides a fact file of the 1/2d green KGV stamp known as the 'Downey Head', explaining why you should ...


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Paul Brittain looks at a 1936 proposed issue with a charity surcharge, intended to mourn the passing of King ...


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We all dream of finding a valuable stamp or two amongst a packet of stamps, in an old album, or on a sheet ...


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We asked cover expert Richard Park of Cover Collecting to tell us about one of the most expensive GB stamps he has ...


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In our series of exclusive guides to classic British stamps, we examine the rare 1935 Silver Jubilee 'Prussian ...


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