Well, coming from Europe and having a reasonable number of British stamps, I was spoilt for choice for my submission for this week's Sunday Stamps. I did originally think of sharing some Victorian stamps, but although interesting the colours are quite muted, so I decided to jump forwards 100 years and share a First Day Cover from Elizabeth II's reign in 1969. I'm not quite sure why the theme, whilst claiming to be 'architecture' is exclusively Cathedrals. I would have thought that there were plenty of other great architectural feats like palaces and bridges which could have been equally good candidates.
First Day Cover, British Architecture, c.1969
The architectural feats pictured on the stamps are clockwise from top left:
St. Paul's Cathedral
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
St. Giles Edinburgh
and the cover itself shows Coventry Cathedral.