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Our Lunar Collections

A Collection of our Lunar New Year Issues

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Railway Collections

A compilation of our railway collections through the years.

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Year of the Rat

Isle of Man Post Office is happy to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rat with this vibrant set of four stamps by Manx artist Megan Hindley, of Stedhead Art.

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2019 Year Collections

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Stamps & Coins News

Did you Know? A Tail About Long-Tails, Traditions and Superstition
Did you Know? A Tail About Long-Tails, Traditions and Superstition

We are celebrating the Chinese New Year with a special stamp collection to honour the Year Of The Long-Tail – yes, everyone else calls it the Year of the R-a-t but obviously we can’t.

Isle of Man Post Office Celebrates the Chinese New Year
Isle of Man Post Office Celebrates the Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Series continued with Manx Artist Stedhead.
On January 15th the Isle of Man Post office will issue a set of 4 stamps to celebrate the Year of the Rat in the Chinese Zodiac Calendar. 

Illiam Dhone Commemoration
Illiam Dhone Commemoration

The annual ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the death of William Christian took place on January 2nd at Hango Hill, just outside Castletown, close to the site of both his execution and his now demolished home at Ronaldsway.

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