|Suit:||6 of Diamonds|
|Description:||Grenada is now an independent nation in the British Commonwealth. This stamp issue from Colonial times features the head and neck of the youthful Queen Victoria. In 1837 the famous Royal Academician, Alfred E. Chalon, had painted a full length portrait of Her Majesty garbed in the robes of state. This flattering picture pleased the Queen very much, and so was incorporated in many designs for stamps and coins of the realm. Grenada is located in the Windward Islands, West Indies.|
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