British stamp of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1950s/1960s set into a cufflink. These iconic royal blue stamps show the profile of Queen Elizabeth II, based on a photographic portrait by Dorothy Wilding. In the picture Queen Elizabeth II is wearing the Diamond State Diadem made for King George IV in the 1820s. British postage stamps are the only stamps that do not bear the country name and only require the monarch's head for identification.
Each pair of cufflinks is presented in a black cufflink box, with information about the stamp including the country and year of issue, plus details about the actual stamp image. The stamps are set into high quality silver coloured, nickel plated cufflinks (brass base), with hard wearing swivel barrel fittings. They are then covered with a crystal clear resin dome that magnifies and protects the image, making them durable and scratch proof. As all stamps are franked differently through the postal system, the postmarks on your cufflinks may vary from those shown. The stamps and postmark will, however, be of the same clarity and quality.
Square – cufflink diameter, 20mm, stamp insert diameter 18mm x 18mm square.