ROYAL Mail continues its 600 year journey through history with the second in its Kings and Queens series celebrating the Royal Houses of England.
Marking the 500th anniversary of the accession of Henry VIII, The House of Tudor, features individual portraits of the six monarchs who ruled during one of the most famous – and infamous - periods in our history, complemented with a four-stamp Miniature Sheet illustrating significant people and events from the period.
The stamps - which were issued on April 21 in three 1st, 62p and 81p pairs - and the Miniature Sheet were designed by Atelier Works who also designed the first of the Kings and Queens issues, the Houses of Lancaster and York, in 2008.
We have 20 sets of these stamps to give away in our competition.
To enter, simply e-mail the answer to the following question to either email@example.com, along with your name, address and telephone number. Please entitle your e-mail "Tudor Stamps Competition".
Who was the first Tudor monarch?