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Date: 20 February 1976

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22 July 2016

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20 June 1969

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13 November 1964

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4 May 1962

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The Queen Issue 344
21 February 1975

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26 March 1971

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8 September 1972

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Michael Foot Issue 493
7 November 1980

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19 April 1985

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11 April 1980

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Prince Charles Issue 962
30 October 1998

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20 November 1992

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1 March 1991

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24 March 2000

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19 August 2005

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5 August 2005

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3 May 2013

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19 September 2014

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