Chris Harman, president of the Royal Philatelic Society London, added: 'The full extent of Sir Gawaine Baillie's stamp collection was known only to a very few people.
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RPSL stands for Royal Philatelic Society London (UK)
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Mr Jennings, a Fellow of The Royal Philatelic Society London, continued, "Living people may now be included on stamps sent to the Queen for Royal approval, provided they are not instantly recognisable or if they form part of a larger group, like a football team.
Rowling's fictional hero could even be "interactive" by incorporating secret messages and invisible wizards who would appear at the touch of a finger, said Mr Jennings, a Fellow of the Royal Philatelic Society London.
Mr Jennings, a Fellow of the Royal Philatelic Society London, who has the only set to the stamps outside Tuvalu, said the collection was one of a kind.
Mr Jennings, a fellow of the Royal Philatelic Society London, said Royal Mail should at least mark the Queen's 75th birthday this April with a stamp showing the Queen with her mother and sister.