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Here are a few examples of the winning design for a proposed Ideal-Stamp for the 1912 Jubilee International Stamp Exhibition held in London. It was an adaptation of a design by Henry Schubert. Issued in various colours. In fact, the scarlet pair are reprints, slightly larger, printed for the Paris International Stamp Exhibition in 1913.
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Perforated-versions
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Strictly speaking not a philatelic exhibition item but since it appears in British Stamp Exhibitions by Glen H Morgan and Graham M Wilson, available online, I feel justified to include it here. It was printed by the Crown Agents Stamp Bureau at their stand at The Daily Mail Schoolboys and Girls Exhibition held at Olympia from 27th December 1965 to 8th January 1966. It was printed, as you can read, on the Perkins Bacon and Petch printing press used to print the Penny Black. It depicts the Thomas De La rue British Honduras one shilling from 1866. Each sheet took 3 minutes to produce! Rare.
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 A reprint sheet by Victor Short of the Ideal-Stamp
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An imperforate sheet of the label for Apex 1934
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This is a rare set stamps issued for The Fourth London Stamp Exhibition in 1939. It was cancelled due to the war.
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