SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND COIN FIRST DAY COVER - Number 202
The South-west of England is the place that gave birth to such legends and greats as Sir Walter Raleigh, Cary Grant, Christopher Wren and Thomas Hardy. With its breathtaking combination of award-winning beaches and rugged scenery, it is regarded by many as one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The fourth stamp issue in the "A Brtish Journey" series sees the Royal Mail continung to explore the United Kingdom, this playing tribute to the South-west of England.
The Cover includes a 2003 Royal Mint Great Britain Brilliant Uncirculated £1 Coin featuring the Coat of Arms. The stamps are postmarked on their First Day of Issue: 8th February 2005.
Denomination - One Pound
Alloy - Nickel-Brass
Diameter - 22.50mm
Weight - 9.5gms