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Philatelic Collections is the national philatelic collection of the
United Kingdom with over 8 million items from around the world. It
was established in 1891 as part of the British Museum Library,
later to become the British Library, with the collection of Thomas
Tapling. In addition to bequests and continuing donations, the
library received consistent deposits by the Crown Agency and has
become a primary research collection for British Empire and
international history. The collections contain a wide range of
artefacts in addition to postage stamps, from newspaper stamps to a
press used to print the first British postage stamps.
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