People's History of the NHS


Fundraising stamps

This series of postage stamps was produced by The King’s Fund as part of ‘The Hospitals of London Combined Appeal’. They date from between 1897 and 1922, with each stamp depicting the crest of one of the London hospitals supported by the Fund.The stamps were sold by London schoolchildren, raising approximately £15,000 (around £640,335 today’ to help fund the work of the voluntary hospitals.

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