A single stamp to commemorate the last campaign of the Napoléonic Wars.
Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to issue a single stamp to commemorate the start of Napoléon's 100 Days campaign which saw both the Duke of Wellington and Manxman Caesar Bacon engage in combat to defeat Napoléon and his army.
|Text||IOM Post Office|
|Format||Sheets of 25 Stamps|
|Paper||110gms PVA Gummed|
|Perforations||14 per 2cms|
|Stamp Size||25.73 x 39.56mm|
|No. of Stamps||1|
|Date of Issue||9th March 2015|
Product Code: AG97
This design features a portrait of the Napoleon Bonaparte with the Charge of the Hussars in the background.
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington and Manxman Major Caesar Bacon pose proudly in the fore of a scene from the Battle of Waterloo, having defeated Napoléon and his army. This single stamp is available in mint condition or Cancelled to Order to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the end of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars in collaboration with Waterloo 200.
This handsome Isle of Man Post Office First Day Cover features the single stamp to commemorate Napoléon's 100 Days Campaign, cancelled with a unique postmark for the first day of issue and accompanied by an illustrated information card.
The single stamp to commemorate the start of Napoléon's 100 Days Campaign and the Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary is contained inside this highly collectable four-sided mini-folder featuring a timeline of the Campaign and biography of the victors, the Duke of Wellington and Manxman Caesar Bacon.