This set of five gutter pairs of postage stamps from Great Britain were issued on March 12, 1996, to celebrate the centenary (1946-1996) of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. Depictions on the postage stamps are as follows:
Muscovy Duck - 19p
Qty Issued 21,709,000
Lapwing - 25p
Qty Issued 23,294,500
White-fronted Goose - 30p
Qty Issued 5,039,200
Bittern - 35p
Qty Issued 4,869,900
Whooper Swan - 41p
Qty Issued 5,189,000
Designed by Mosely Webb
Size of each stamp: 37mm (h) x 35mm (v)
Printed by Harrison & Sons Ltd
Print Process Photogravure
Perforations 14 x 14.5
Condition: Mint, never hinged.
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