We can now say with more certainty how the Paralympics Gold Medal stamps have been and will be issued.
Stamp PGMW-A1 for cyclist Sarah Storey, winner of the women's C5 individual pursuit, was issued on Friday 31 August. There were 8 miniature sheets in the A4 sheet.
Stamp PGMW-B1 for Jonathan Fox, who took gold in the men's S7 100m backstroke, was issued on Saturday 1 September, also in an A4 sheet of 8 miniature sheets.
On Monday 3 September, four gold medal stamps will be issued in one A4 sheet (PGMWC).
Stamp PGMW-C1 commemorates Mark Colbourne's win the cycling mens individual pursuit.
Stamp PGMW-C2 commemorates wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft's paralympic record gold medal in the T34 100 metres at a packed Olympic Stadium.
Neil Fachie and guide Barney Storey (husband of gold-medallist Sarah Storey) won gold with a world record in the cycling individual B 1km time trial and appear on stamp PGMW-C3
Stamp PGMW-C4 shows sprinter Richard Whitehead, who blasted through the field in the final 50m to win gold in the T42 200m.
The second A4 sheet (PGMW-D) to be issued on Monday 3 September will contain miniature sheets for 3 medallists.
Stamp PGMW-D1 shows Natasha Baker who won gold in the Paralympic Grade II individual equestrian event, riding Cabral on her Paralympic debut.
Our first gold medallist Sarah Storey added a second London Paralympics track cycling title with gold in the C4-5 500m individual time trial, and will be featured on stamp PGMW-D2.
17-year-old Ellie Simmonds swam the race of her life to set a new world record and retain her S6 400m freestyle title. She set a new world best of five minutes 19.17 seconds to beat the old record by more than five seconds, and will appear on stamp PGMW-D3. This stamp will appear on the lower two rows of the A4 sheet.