#MDS277C – Gambia 1991 Remove sword from stone, S/S

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Discover the Sword in the Stone on Mint Souvenir Sheet

Issued in 1991 to commemorate International Literacy Year, this neat Gambia souvenir sheet features a scene from The Sword in the Stone.  Disney's 18th animated feature film, it was based on a 1938 novel of the same name.  The book and film combine legend, history, and fantasy to tell the story of King Arthur, a British leader during the late 5th and early 6th centuries. 

A fun addition to your collection – order now.

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Discover the Sword in the Stone on Mint Souvenir Sheet

Issued in 1991 to commemorate International Literacy Year, this neat Gambia souvenir sheet features a scene from The Sword in the Stone.  Disney's 18th animated feature film, it was based on a 1938 novel of the same name.  The book and film combine legend, history, and fantasy to tell the story of King Arthur, a British leader during the late 5th and early 6th centuries. 

A fun addition to your collection – order now.