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In celebration of the birth of a future heir to the British Monarchy, Isle of Man Post Office is producing royal 
memorabilia items to mark this key moment in British history.  

It follows the news the world had been waiting for, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge saw the arrival of 
their first child a baby boy on Monday (July 22) at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London. 

Named George Alexander Louis, the Prince is third in line to the throne and weighed 8lbs and 6oz. 

 The premium product is the limited edition of 500 Postal Tribute which contains a commemorative cover with gold foil postmark, birth announcement card (fully authenticated) and a mint sheet of stamps, priced £25. There is also a silver-foiled special commemorative envelope available, priced £8.50, which features stamps of the proud parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accompanied by details of the birth of HRH Prince George of Cambridge. A special feature of this product is that there are two unique postmarks namely „Royal Avenue‟ and „Windsor Road.‟ Enclosed in the cover envelope is a dedicated information card with a speciallycommissioned text by leading royal journalist and biographer Claudia Joseph. The stamps and birth announcement are also available on a sheet priced at £8. 

 Maxine Cannon, General Manager of Isle of Man Stamps & Coins, said: "We were t hrilled t o hear the news of the safe arrival of the Royal baby HRH Prince George of Cambridge. As this is such a historic occasion we wanted to issue royal baby souvenirs in celebration. These products are bound to be popular with collectors of royal memorabilia around the world and I‟m sure t he news of the royal baby will be one of those moments in your life when you will always remember where you were when you first heard it. We send our warm congratulations to the Royal couple." 

 She added: "We will be sending a special cover to William and Cat herine‟s home at Kensington Palace as well as to the parents of the four babies who were born on the Isle of Man on Monday (July 22), in celebration that the birth of their child coincided with the much anticipated delivery of the Royal couple‟s baby boy." 

Isle Of Man - Stamps-n-Coins 



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