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Welcome Stranger $1 gummed stamp
This is the single gummed $1 stamp from the Welcome Stranger stamp issue.Read more
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This is the single gummed $1 stamp from the Welcome Stranger stamp issue.
The stamp design, by John White of the Australia Post Design Studio, features a photograph by William Parker showing Richard Oates, John Deason, Catherine Deason and others re-enacting the discovery of the nugget at Moliagul in 1869. The stamp also shows a replica of the nugget at Sovereign Hill, Ballarat.
Background information, technical details and gallery images on the Welcome Stranger stamp issue are available on the Australia Post Collectables website.
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