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Isle of Man stamp and coin collecting is the perfect way to discover what makes the Island so special. Our international award-winning stamp issues are recognised worldwide for innovation and we pride ourselves that our customer-first policy is second to none.

100 Years of Transatlantic Aviation

A six stamp collection commemorating a century of achievement in transatlantic aviation

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Greetings in Manx

A collaboration between Culture Vannin and Manx artist Mary Cousins to encourage popular use of the Manx language.

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Moby Dick

Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Herman Melville

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The Age of Rebellion

A six stamp collection featuring original drawings by Peter Davies

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A New Royal Baby

To celebrate the birth of the new royal baby - Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, we are delighted to issue this delightful sheetlet which is a limited edition of only 5,000.

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'One Small Step'

Marking the 50th anniversary year of the first manned flight to land on the Moon.

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Isle of Man Post Office and the Royal Aeronautical Society commemorate a century in transatlantic aviation
Isle of Man Post Office and the Royal Aeronautical Society commemor...

The Isle of Man Post Office and the Royal Aeronautical Society are proud to commemorate a century of achievement in transatlantic aviation to be issued on August 20th 2019.

One small step for mankind one giant coup for Isle of Man Apollo stamps
One small step for mankind one giant coup for Isle of Man Apollo st...

Buzz Aldrin admires our 'One Small Step' Stamp collection.

We recently had the chance to present our 'One Small Step' Moon landing Stamps at Starmus Festival in Zürich, Switzerland which of course was all about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.

Yindyssagh! Wonderful!
Yindyssagh! Wonderful!

To celebrate our Greetings in Manx Stamps we recently visited the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh in St Johns together with ITV Granada Reports. We had the chance to observe a full geography lecture, held in Manx Gaelic, and to interview teacher Adrian Caine and some of the children for ITV Granada Report.

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