and started working on a coinage head plaster cast. The SAC liked his simple style and eventually chose a plaster cast, the dressed head, which was also preferred by Elizabeth. The final stamps were issued from 5 June 1967, displaying a design which would remain essentially unchanged for more than forty years. ('The man behind the icon', Jana Harnett, Postal Heritage Trust, London, 30/9/2011)

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