Star Wars | Commemorate the Saga with the New Royal Mail Stamps Collection

Star Wars | Commemorate the Saga with the New Royal Mail Stamps Collection

Collect these incredible Royal Mail commemorative stamps designed by Malcolm Tween

The final wave of Star Wars souvenir stamps has been unveiled by Royal Mail this morning.  The superb collection designed by artist Malcolm Tween contains characters from across the saga including the addition of characters from the upcoming finale of the Skywalker saga; The Rise of Skywalker. The sets are available to pre-order now with an expected release date of 26th November.

Star Wars | Commemorate the Saga with the New Royal Mail Stamps Collection

To commemorate the release, Royal Mail has expanded the collection to include a series of awesome presentation sets. These include framed pieces, postcards, presentation packs, retail stamp book sets, medal sets and more…

Check out the incredible artwork below:

Star Wars | Commemorate the Saga with the New Royal Mail Stamps Collection

Our final epic collection of blockbuster souvenirs and gifts featuring classic characters, new heroes and old foes from across the Star Wars Universe. The new-issue stamps include Lando Calrissian, whose legacy includes losing the incredible Millenium Falcon to Han Solo in a game of sabacc, Darth Maul, renowned for his head horns and tattooed face and Queen Amidala, a skilled diplomat and fighter whose love, Anakin Skywalker, fell to the dark side.

Star Wars | Commemorate the Saga with the New Royal Mail Stamps Collection

These sets look absolutely incredible and boast some of the most memorable characters from across the entire saga. These sets are going to be highly sought after, so get your orders in early to avoid disappointment.

You can browse the entire collection here:

 

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