#M11780 – 2016 Prince George & Princess Charlotte

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Mint Souvenir Sheet Honors 5 Years of Marriage for Will & Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on April 29, 2016.  This photo-quality souvenir sheet pictures Will & Kate on their wedding day in the selvage and a portrait of Prince George and baby Princess Charlotte on the stamp.  It's a neat way to add Royal history to your collection.  
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