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Cryptic Stamp Fun

We Brits do love a word game and everyone who answers this correctly will receive a £20 credit in any of our sales, the winner selected by draw will receive a £100 credit.

From now until the close of our sale on Tuesday 7th November (4.30pm UK) we are highlighting 35 different lots over the two screens of our homepage.

Please read the cryptic clue below and identify the 8 different lots (from the 35) which are hidden within it! To make it easier the lots are presented on our site in the order that they appear within the clue, even if the lot numbers themselves are not in order. To make it even easier the first correct lot number is 8131 and the last 8356, so you only need to identify the remaining 6!

“Which stamp started a war of independence and turned the monarchy on its head, and whatever may have been written in the Times, that the two halves were better kept together and that Light and Liberty were broken if distant farmers were to act as bandits then British officials should have covered it properly”

WE NEED A WINNER! All correct entrants will be entered into a prize draw and the winner will receive a £100 credit note to be used in Sandafayre auctions. All other correct entrants will receive a £20 credit note to be used in our auctions. All entries must be received by Tuesday November 7th 2017 3pm UK time.

Good Luck

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