Commemorative Stamps now included in the Prince William and Kate Middleton Engagement and Wedding Souvenirs

By on Nov 19, 2010 in Europe, World Comments

Commemorative Stamps are to be included in the Prince William and Kate Middleton engagement souvenirs, as published at BBC News on Friday.

According to the report, the Isle of Man post office will join the celebration of Prince William and Kate Middleton engagement, which was announced on Tuesday.

The post office was said to have issued a miniature sheet with two stamps of Prince William with a picture of him with Kate Middleton.

Earlier, a lot of souvenirs about the Royal engagement were revealed including a T-shirt that can be bought at Ebay for about $13.50, which had a photo of the couple and ‘The Royal Wedding, Kate and William 2011.

And almost simultaneously, Aynsley China also released plates and cups with photos of the couple to celebrate the announcement of the William-Kate engagement, as among their latest features for ‘Engagement Collection 2010’.

Meanwhile, the Royal Mint, which is among the organizations that will prepare the William-Kate wedding was reported to have made preparations to start producing a commemorative coin to celebrate the historical event.

As published at Daily Mail on Wednesday, no official details about the commemorative coin were released yet, but their sources apparently told them that ‘a plaster mold of the special coin has been made’, which is the first step in the manufacturing process.

The commemorative coin however, will be sold when the official announcement of the William-Kate engagement will be officially announced, but is expected to be minted in both gold and silver.

But then, the coin may place the real name of Kate, which is Catherine Middleton.

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