|Buckingham Covers have produced an outstanding set of commemorative first day covers, some of which are available in signed versions. Click any image for further information and/or to place an order.|
The project has already raised £10,000 for the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel Trust and buying any of their Falklands covers supports the Chapel further.
|Lest we Forget: Remembering all those that fought, especially those who paid the ultimate price and lost their lives. Available personally signed by Sarah Jones, wife of Colonel H Jones VC who lost his life.|
|The Beginning: The conflict was triggered by the unauthorised landing on South Georgia by Argentina. Available personally signed by Lord Carrington.|
|Invasion: By April it was clear the Argentineans were going no where and Rex Hunt, the Falklands Governor was forcibly evacuated by Argentina. Available personally signed by Sir Rex hunt, Falklands governor.|
|The Task Force: The task force in the Falklands were diverted from all round the world. In total the Task Force was made up of 2 aircraft carriers, 7 destroyers, 5 frigates and 4 auxiliary fleets. The Task Force was under the command of Rear Admiral J. F Woodward. Available personally signed by Sir John Woodward.|
|South Georgia: The Argentineans moved in and the submarine Sante Fe was beached. Available personally signed by Captain Brian Young who retook South Georgia.|
|The Vulcan Bomber and Operation Black Buck One: The aim to take control of Stanley Airfield so the Argentineans could not attack the British from the air. Available personally signed by Martin Withers DSO.|
|Battle Group Arrives: An the British Task Force entered the Maritime Exclusion zone to lure Argentina into action. Available personally signed by captain M C Clapp, Head of the amphibious landing.|
|Sinking the Belgrano: sunk by HMS Conqueror as it threatened the safety of the Task Force. Available personally signed by Captain C L WrexfordBrowne, Captain of the Conqueror.|
|The War at Sea: The price was high with the loss of many British troops and several navy ships. Available personally signed by Admiral Sam Salt, captain of HMS Sheffield.|
|San Carlos and Goose Green: This surprise attack was unexpected and caught the Argentineans off guard. Available personally signed by Sharkey Ward, Harrier jet pilot.|
|Battle for Stanley: Britain loss men in intense fighting but the winner would take all! Available personally signed by Major General Julian Thompson CB OBE.|
|The Surrender: Argentina accepted United Nations 502 - calling for them to end hostilities and withdraw from the Falklands. Available personally signed by Major General Sir Jeremy Moore.|
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