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Palmer & Harvey is now distributing stamps and can deliver to all our stores (minimum order quantities apply).

The products are high-value items and delivered in secure boxes, and need to be opened and checked in front of the driver. They will be sold in outers of 50 or 25 books – details below. All outers have £1 included in the net invoice cost for distribution.

Product Packs Net invoice cost Unit RSP
1st class 12s 50 £335.80 £7.20
1st class 6s 50 £168.40 £3.60
1st class large 4s 25 £84.70 £3.60
2nd class 12s 50 £292 £6
2nd class large 4s 25 £67.93 £2.76

In order to list stamps, we need interest from unions. If you think your shop would benefit from stamps please contact Alice Hawcroft on ahawcroft@nussl.co.uk. You will then be informed when product is live and ready to order.

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