Beatles stamps
On 9 January 2007, the British Post Office issued a set of stamps commemorating The Beatles.
Robert Murray Stamp Shop in Edinburgh is still able to supply most of these items, most of the time - mint sets, miniature sheets, first day covers, and stamp postcards. See pictures from BBC website (opens new window)
Mint set
The full set of six stamps unused, as sold by the Post Office, and valid for postage.
Please contact us for prices and availability
Mint miniature sheet
Four different designs of stamps printed together in one small sheet, unused.
Please contact us for prices and availability
Presentation pack
The mint set and the mint miniature sheet, all in a specially printed folder.
Please contact us for prices and availability
Stamp Cards
Set of postcards with enlargements of the stamp images.
Please contact us for prices and availability

Stamps first day cover
The set of stamps on a specially printed envelope, with a postmark dated the first day of issue.
We are now sold out of the covers we serviced ourselves, but can often supply first day covers as produced by Royal Mail (these will be fine and clean and in good general condition, but will have someone else's name and address printed on them.)
Please contact us for prices and availability
Miniature sheet stamps first day cover
As above, but with the miniature sheet rather than the set.

Please contact us for prices and availability

Post and packing charges; Open new window to see postage charges.  

Orders (we accept payments by Maestro, Delta, MasterCard, and Visa) can be made by telephone to Robert Murray Stamp Shop in Edinburgh - 0131 552 1220 or 0131 478 7021 or 0845 0500 886. (From other countries +44 131 552 1220 or +44 131 478 7021)
If you prefer to pay by cheque, cash, or postal order, please telephone or email in advance to check availability and postage costs.
We are willing to accept orders by email. You can also use Skype ("Stampshop") but email first to fix time.

Warning; There are many items being offered on the market as "stamps" showing The Beatles *, but which are not in fact real stamps. To the best of our knowledge, all such productions from Abhkazia, Buriata, Karelia, Chuviashia, and the like are what are described in the philatelic world as "illegals". Illegals are labels (not stamps), which are produced by people who have no authority from the country named on the labels, and who normally ignore such niceties as copyright and intellectual property. They normally pick on countries (or areas/provinces, etc.) which do not have the financial ability to take international legal action.
If you know exactly what they are and still decide to buy them, then that is your choice. But don't expect anybody in the future to recognise them as postage stamps. And don't expect to be able to sell them for anything more than a laughable sum.
[* The same applies to many issues of film stars, pop and rock bands, golfers, and so on.]

Robert Murray Stamp Shop, 5 & 6 Inverleith Gardens, Edinburgh, EH3 5PU. Tel 0131 552 1220. Email [email protected]
Page last updated Monday 29 January 2007. Copyright Robert Murray 2006, 2007.

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Robert Murray Stamp Shop
5 & 6 Inverleith Gardens
Scotland EH3 5PU
Tel. 0131 552 1220 or 0131 478 7021
Email; [email protected]
How to Order
Mail Orders are accepted by post, telephone, or email. We accept payments by cash, cheque, debit card, Visa/MasterCard, and some foreign currencies.
Basically, we charge [the advertised price of the goods] plus [the actual price of postage] plus [1 per order handling charge]. 
Full details can be seen at our How to Order page.
Our Retail Shop  is our principal method of business, and is open four days each week Customers are always, of course, welcome.
We carry very wide stocks of the whole world - much, much more than is listed on our website.
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