Puck of Pook’s Hill

Cover Description
On the left is a drawing of Rudyard Kipling at his desk against a background of wheat fields and to the right a line drawing of Puck near a tree trunk and holding twigs. The wording "See you the dimpled track that runs All Hallow through the wheat?" and Puck of Pook’s Hill Published October 1906.
Bearing a special Puck of Pook’s Hill stamp designed by Bernard Pearson and cancelled by a Commemorative frank featuring Rudyard Kipling in brown.

Since its publication in October 1906, Rudyard Kipling’s book ’Puck of Pook’s Hill’ has enthralled generations of children.
Children of all ages mind; age is no impediment to the wonders of childhood when reading a good book, and certainly not one written by such a master story teller as Rudyard Kipling.
Kipling wrote this book overlooking the South Downs. Any one who has walked their measure cannot but be moved by the landscape and the story it tells.
It is the landscape as well as the tale that Kipling wrote which have formed the inspiration for this cover’s design which shows Kipling overlooking the Downs and a rendition of Puck by Jane Debney, with a special Pook stamp and Kipling postmark..
Each cover comes with a signed and numbered certificate.
The special postal covers have been produced for the benefit of the Kipling Society, who will receive 50% of the profit.

Images and Documents
Cover flier

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Name:Puck of Pook’s Hill
SHS Ref: SCE-0001a
Released:11 November 2006
Availability:Orders from Emporium
No. issued:1000
Stamps: Puck of Pooks Hill
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Keywords: Rudyard Kipling Puck Pook’s Hill Anniversary


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