- Sep 18, 2014
- Reaction score
- West Hertfordshire, UK
That’s interesting, I stand corrected, I didn’t realise the stamps in other parts of the Commonwealth didn’t adhere to the ‘left look‘ rule. Apparently it’s only the British *definitive stamps that always look left.
*A definitive stamp is a stamp that consists solely of the monarchs’ head. These are the standard red and blue first and second class stamps we use today in the UK.
Apparently the Canadian Government and Mint have yet to decide whether a change to the obverse side of coins will feature King Charles or stay with the face of Queen Elizabeth, and as of yet there’s no decision whether there will be a change to the image on Canadian stamps.