The End of World War Two International Stamp Collection

Code: WW2IS

A global collection of mint-condition stamp sheets commemorating the End of the Second World War.

£9.95 per sheet

(Plus £0.95 postage & handling per sheet).

You will receive three stamp sheets every month.

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When Winston Churchill became Prime Minister in May 1940 he made a rousing speech: “Victory, victory at all costs… however long and hard the road may be.” On the 8th May 1945, victory came, and the Allies ended the War in Europe. Imperial Japan then surrendered on 14th August 1945 and brought to an end seven long years of conflict.

Countries across the globe are paying tribute to the End of World War Two with official postage stamps commemorating this monumental occasion. In observance of the 75th anniversary, Danbury Mint is pleased to present this extraordinary collection featuring mint-condition stamps from around the world.

Collector’s Album is 12¾" x 10¾" x 2¾".

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Orders for non-personalised products which are in stock are usually delivered within about 7 days. Personalised products may take longer.

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Returns

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your Danbury Mint purchase, which is why we offer a no-quibble 90-day return on any item that you are not happy with.  We’ll even pay the postage.

You can create a free Royal Mail Tracked Returns label here  and print off the label yourself or at your local Post Office or Customer Service Point.

Your order number can be found on your invoice.  If you do not have your Order No. available, have multiple items to return, or your item is personalised, please contact our Customer Services team on 0344 557 5600 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm) or email info@danburymint.co.uk to arrange your return

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