The Queen's Stamps 1965

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    Title reads: "The Queen's stamps".


    L/S Buckingham Palace during changing of guard. C/U sign: "Queen's gallery".

    Interior of gallery: Sir John Wilson, keeper of the Royal Philatelic Collection, looking at exhibition of postage stamps. Various C/Us stamps on display, including King William 1V stamp. C/U Sir John. Zoom in to C/U three Penny Black stamps. Sir John looks at case full of stamps, pan to painting of King George V. C/U painting.

    Various shots Canadian stamps commemorating Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee. C/U envelope with Queen Victoria's handwriting. Side view man looking at rows of stamps. M/S envelopes with pictures and designs on. C/U envelope dating from beginning of the Port Office. C/U penny half-ounce stamp. C/U of two penny blue stamps.

    Top view gallery. L/S Buckingham Palace.

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    01:36:00:00 / 01:37:20:00
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    Post Office Queues etc The Collectors Crown Jewels and Buckingham Palace
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