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Bluebell Railway Letter Service

Details of all BRLS issues between 2001 and 2013 are available here.

DEFINITIVE ISSUE : "Little and Large"
2nd August, 2003

The details for this issue are:

Subject : Definitive issue featuring Class AIX, 'Fenchurch', built 1872, with BR Standard 4 Tank, 80151, built 1957
Date of Issue : 2nd August, 2003
Printers : Walsall Security
Four Colour Process
Perforated 14
Artwork by Edwin Craggs
Original Photograph by Alan Barnes

Little and Large Sheetlet Little and Large Stamp

Print : 2500 sheets of 4 in a 2 x 2 format, Multicolour.
      Face value 25 pence each
   60 Imperforate sheets* were produced,
      of which 35 were signed by Edwin Craggs & Alan Barnes.

* Due to slight damage to top right hand corner, the price was reduced

Little and Large Cover

First Day Covers : 375, multicolour motif
with a reproduction of 'Little and Large'

Little and Large Card Little and Large first-day Card

First Day Maximum Card No. 6 featuring the issued stamp,
Multicoloured, 440 produced
Mint card

The "Bluebell Railway / East Grinstead" sponsored date stamp used to cancel the Royal mail stamp.
The Bluebell cancellation, design by Neill Oakley, in black, fixed date rubber stamp.

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