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Legends 2018 chequebook of 20 x 10 x $1 Bert Newton stamps
This chequebook contains 20 booklets of 10 x $1 self-adhesive Bert Newton stamps from the Legends of TV Entertainment 2018 stamp issue.Read more
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This chequebook contains 20 booklets of 10 x $1 self-adhesive Bert Newton stamps from the Legends of TV Entertainment 2018 stamp issue.
A pioneer of Australian television, Bert Newton AM MBE (b. 1938) started out in the late 1950s hosting “The Late Show” (HSV 7). His many television roles include regular appearances on Graham Kennedy’s “In Melbourne Tonight” and “The Don Lane Show” and host of “New Faces” (Nine Network) and “Good Morning Australia” (Network Ten). Newton has been awarded four TV Week Gold Logies and in 1988 was inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame.
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