This issue commemorated the 1992 - 1993 Royal Doulton Ceramics Exhibition
in New Zealand. The exhibition included over 750 items with over four
fifths of the items displayed coming from family collections in New
The Royal Doulton Company is one of the most renowned
English companies producing tableware and collectables, with a history
dating back to 1815. In 1901 King Edward VII granted the Burslem
factory the Royal Warrant, which allowed the business to adopt new
markings and use the Royal Doulton name.
A miniature sheet was issued containing the $1.80 stamp in
A limited edition imperforate miniature sheet was also
printed in black and white.