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1960s
Prince Philip Christmas Issue 208
5 December 1969
Ted Heath George Brown Issue 135
17 February 1967
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7 February 1962
1970s
Christmas Issue 365
12 December 1975
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2 June 1972
Charles Manson Issue 243
9 April 1971
1980s
David Owen Issue 667
10 July 1987
Neil Kinnock Glynis Kinnock Issue 586
1 June 1984
Welephant Issue 665
12 June 1987
1990s
Glenn Hoddle Issue 969
5 February 1999
Kevin Maxwell Ian Maxwell Issue 890
26 January 1996
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20 July 1990
2000s
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6 February 2009
Christmas Issue 1174
22 December 2006
Railtrack Issue 1013
20 October 2000
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Fabio Capello Prince Charles Anna Chapman Issue 1266
9 July 2010
Nicolas Sarkozy Angela Merkel Issue 1303
9 December 2011
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22 July 2011
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