1 March 2007 - World of Invention PSB panes on Norvic first day cover, edition of 10 sets
The World of Invention stamp issue comprises of six stamps featuring landmarks in engineering and technology.
The stamps show Thomas Telford's bridges, the railway network, the telephone (Alexander Graham Bell), television (John Logie Baird), the World Wide Web (Sir Tim Berners-Lee), and a look to space tourism in the future. The Prestige Stamp Book contains the usual mixture of stamps in four panes.
The Norvic limited edition fdcs show Telford's suspension bridge next to Conwy Castle.
Pane 1, with Scotland and Wales country stamps, is cancelled with a Telford Way, Birmingham postmark showing the Conwy Bridge;
Pane 2, with 5p and 1st PIP Machin definitives surrounding a label of Sir Rowland Hill, is cancelled with a Kidderminster postmark;
Pane 3, with 1st class and 64p Invention stamps, is cancelled with a Helensburgh postmark showing John Logie Baird;
Pane 4, with 1st class and 72p Invention stamps, is canelled with a 'space theme' postmark of Cosmo Place, London.