Peace and freedom are to be celebrated by a set of five stamps from the Royal Mail. To be issued on 2 May, the stamps mark the 125th birthday of the British Red Cross, the 1945 foundation of the United Nations and the end of the Second World War. Three stamps dealing with the UN and BRC are designed by Belgian artist Jean-Michel Folon. The other two stamps celebrate the end of the war and are designed by John Gorham. Design consultancy The Four Hundred has created first-day envelopes and a presentation pack for the issue.
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