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Thu 21st Feb at 7:00pm - 8:00pm

First Class: A History OF Britain Told Through 36 Postage Stamps

@ The British Postal Museum & Archive, London

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First Class: A History OF Britain Told Through 36 Postage Stamps

Join Chris West, author of First Class, a History of Britain in 36 Postage Stamps, as he explores British history as illustrated by 36 of our most expressive, quirky, beautiful and sometimes baffling stamps.

From the Penny Lilac which united a nation in 1881; through the controversial schoolboy-designed Edward VIII stamp of 1936; to the first non-white Briton to grace a stamp in 1982 – the stamps chosen by Chris tell us the story of Britain, through Dickens and the potato famine to Thatcher and punk.

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Venue: The British Postal Museum & Archive


Address:
Freeling House
Phoenix Place

London
WC1X 0DL 51.524261, -0.113900

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