For this week's free choice, I ended up with 3 'stamps'.
Firstly a cover from July 1966 with stamp and cancellation to match.
The Post Office Tower stamp was issued for the opening of the Tower on 8 October 1965. It was opened to the public on 16 May 1966, and this cancellation was on mail posted there from 19 May 1966 to 5 May 1968. (From 6 May 1968 to 31 October 1971, the cancellation was transposed). According to wiki, it was the tallest building in London from 1962 to 1980. (wiki link here).
Secondly, the horse chestnut from 1974, which would have done very nicely last week, had I remembered where it was.
And finally, the case of the missing stamp, I got one of these this week . . .
. . . as the postman said, 'They didn't even try'. :)
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