QE II is a true classic and in the year of her Diamond Jubilee y'all.
In the late 1960's her new image was put on a stamp.
She is really quite elegant, just her, in profile wearing the George IV State Diadem crown.
The original stamp was done in a single color, 14 different colors have appeared on it.
These stamps are known by collectors as "Machins", for the sculptor who did the plaster cast of the Queen Arnold Machin. This stamp was a design used from 1967-1970. Always shown in a single color, we thought we would jazz up our version up with a little more pop-art color treatment.
I encourage y'all to mix your own colors based on our 20 color palette (see the last photo).
Queen "Passion Pink"
Background "Front Porch Blue"
Stamp Border "Oyster White"
Has key-hole in back for quick and easy hanging
43P is hand carved into the back-board
Pefect for the Anglophile in your life, also a great item for your home entrance way or in a teen girls room.
Queen is cut from 1/8" plywood
Back-board is cut from 1/2" plywood
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.