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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Presentation Pack

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Presentation packs are produced for certain stamp issues and provide in-depth commentary on the subject of the stamps, as well as a selection stamp products. They make beautiful gifts and are a product to be treasured.

Inside this exclusive collectable, you’ll find the seven miniature sheets (including the Bag End stamp), the gummed first day cover and the strip of six self-adhesive stamps.

The perfect collectable for the epic conclusion to the Middle-earth series, the presentation pack of 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' is a must-have. Inside you’ll also find more information about the characters featured on the stamps, and is sure to be a highly sought after collectable for years to come.


  • The pack contains $44.40 worth of stamp products, for only $34.90
  • Included within the pack are seven miniature sheets, the gummed first day cover and the strip of six self-adhesive stamps
  • Includes information about each characters featured on the stamps
  • Includes more information about the story behind Hobbiton™ and the Bag End stamp
Date of issue: 12 November 2014
Number of stamps: Seven gummed and six self-adhesive
Denominations: 80c, $1.40, $2.00, $2.10 and $2.50 (2x gummed) $3.00 (gummed and self-adhesive)
Designed by: Stamps and Collectables Business, NZ Post, Wellington, New Zealand
Printer and process: Southern Colour Print by offset lithography
Number of colours: Four process colours plus clear spot overgloss with thermography (Bag end stamp)
Stamp size and format: Gummed: 50mm x 25mm (five vertical, two horizontal); Self-adhesive: 37mm x 26mm (four vertical, two horizontal)
Paper type: Gummed: Tullis Russell 104gsm red phosphor gummed stamp paper; Self-adhesive: Tullis Russell 210gsm red phosphor PSA stamp paper
Number of stamps per sheet: 25
Perforation gauge: Gummed: 14.4 x 14; Self-adhesive: die cut
Period of sale: The stamps for this issue were removed from sale on 11 November 2015. Other collectables in this issue will remain on sale until further notice.