Isle of Man Stamps and Coins

ITV’s ‘This Morning’ films war veteran Hector Duff’s Journey through to Normandy for 70th Anniversary of D-Day

ITV’s ‘This Morning’ joined Hector Duff and his family as he travelled through Portsmouth and onto Normandy to prepare for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. Hector’s journey back to the beaches will be featured on the TV show on Thursday morning 5th June 2014 as arranged by the Isle of Man Post Office.

New silverware to celebrate John McGuinness’s First 20 Wins

Isle of Man Stamps and Coins and Isle of Man Treasury are delighted to present a new addition to the Manx mint in the form of a special edition John McGuinness 50p coin.

Isle of Man Post Office celebrates historic Dainese Superbike race at the 2014 TT

History was made in the opening race of the 2014 Isle of Man TT, and now fans can own limited edition celebrations of the new chapters of the TT story written by Michael Dunlop and Bruce Anstey.

Isle of Man Stamps and Coins and Manx National Heritage take pole position at the TT Grandstand for 2014 Festival

Due to the enormous popularity of Isle of Man Stamps and Coins products during the TT with visitors, the team has this year decided to join together with Manx National Heritage to take their celebrated products to the TT Grandstand.

94-year-old war veteran to take new stamp issue commemorating D-Day on emotional return to Normandy for 70th Anniversary

The 70th Anniversary of D-Day is being commemorated with a striking and emotive set of six stamps, commemorative sheet and limited edition folder, produced in support of the Royal British Legion and The Normandy Veterans Association.

Isle of Man Stamps and Coins marks the 70th Anniversary of D-Day with a stunning stamp issue

To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day Isle of Man Stamps and Coins is pleased to present a striking set of six stamps, commemorative sheet and limited edition folder, produced in support of the Royal British Legion and The Normandy Veterans Association.

Limited edition postmarked envelope to mark the millennium anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf

On Good Friday, the 23rd of April 1014 a fierce battle was fought outside the key trading port of Dublin between the High King Brian Boru of Ireland and the Norse, who controlled Dublin and wanted to extend their territory. The resulting victory for the Irish marked a key turning point in the history of Ireland and stemmed the power of the Norse.

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