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BAT109 Port Lockroy FDC BAT109 Port Lockroy FDC
£5.30
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Marking 75 years since the secret wartime mission Operation Tabarin. The British Antarctic Territory are delighted to present this stamp set showing the changing face of one of the best-known sites in Antarctica and origin of the British Antarctic Survey – Port Lockroy. Port Lockroy is a Historic Site and Monument operated by the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT). Opening each Antarctic summer,…
BAT109 Port Lockroy Set BAT109 Port Lockroy Set
£4.38
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Marking 75 years since the secret wartime mission Operation Tabarin. The British Antarctic Territory are delighted to present this stamp set showing the changing face of one of the best-known sites in Antarctica and origin of the British Antarctic Survey – Port Lockroy. Port Lockroy is a Historic Site and Monument operated by the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT). Opening each Antarctic summer,…
BAT110 Icebergs FDC BAT110 Icebergs FDC
£4.70
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In July 2017 an area of floating ice shelf four times the size of London broke away from the Larsen Ice Shelf, within the British Antarctic Territory (BAT). Known officially as ‘A68’ is one of the largest icebergs on record. Icebergs can present a serious maritime danger, with up to 90 percent being below the surface. They can also be spectacular to look at, transforming as they melt. Small bits o…
BAT110 Icebergs FDC-SS BAT110 Icebergs FDC-SS
£4.10
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In July 2017 an area of floating ice shelf four times the size of London broke away from the Larsen Ice Shelf, within the British Antarctic Territory (BAT). Known officially as ‘A68’ is one of the largest icebergs on record. Icebergs can present a serious maritime danger, with up to 90 percent being below the surface. They can also be spectacular to look at, transforming as they melt. Small bits o…
BAT110 Icebergs Set BAT110 Icebergs Set
£3.76
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In July 2017 an area of floating ice shelf four times the size of London broke away from the Larsen Ice Shelf, within the British Antarctic Territory (BAT). Known officially as ‘A68’ is one of the largest icebergs on record. Icebergs can present a serious maritime danger, with up to 90 percent being below the surface. They can also be spectacular to look at, transforming as they melt. Small bits o…

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