( I can't even begin to imagine who want Maggie's cast off clothing that much!
Yeah, next thing you'll be telling us there are people out there who soak coloured bits of paper off the corners of envelopes and save those
Well maybe my letters from her might be worth something?
Was not sure if there was any real market for such things.
Bought in an estate addressed to a man in the next suburb here.
"The Iron Lady' seems to be held in Churchillian regard by many, so I assume these are far better value than if signed by her predecessor James Callaghan .... James WHO??
The "Prime Minister" letterhead is rather ironically on "Conqueror Bond"
Postmarked London July 1st, on "10 Downing Street" inscribed envelope, (also marked "Conqueror Bond"
Whether the signed FDC and letter both from 1980 came with it, I have no idea - probably so, as the 46p franking indicates overweight mail, as post to oz was 31p for standard mail.