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Pictures: New royal stamps show off the Crown Jewels

The Royal Mail are releasing a new set of stamps to celebrate 350 years of the Crown Jewels.
The Royal Mail have released a new set of stamps showing a selection of the Crown Jewels.
A warder outside the Tower of London holds a new Royal Mail stamp of the crown jewels.
The Crown Jewels are kept in the Tower of London and are closely guarded by the Yeoman Warders who are also called Beefeaters.
People holding some models of crown jewel stamps outside the Tower of London.
Time to check out some serious jewellery that could soon be coming through your letter box!
A man inspecting one of the crown jewel stamps with a magnifying glass.
The eight stamps have been designed to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the creation of the Crown Jewels.
Two stamps showing some of the crowns kept in the Tower of London.
The priceless jewels have been kept in the tower since the 14th Century and there have been loads of attempts to steal them...
Stamps showing the Sovereign's Orb and a jewelled sword.
The Imperial State Crown is one of the most famous objects. The crown was made specially for the coronation of the Queen's father, King George VI, in 1937 and has over 3000 gems on it!
Two stamps showing a crown and a coronation spoon.
No-one has ever succeeded! Lots of the objects are used during special royal occasions like the Queen's coronation.
Stamps showing the Sovereign's Orb and a jewelled sword.