A specially designed envelope on which a full set of stamps, or a miniature sheet, is affixed and cancelled on the first day of issue.
Packs containing a set of stamps or miniature sheet inserted within a clear acetate mounted black card. The outer card covers contain details of the stamps and a short narrative of the issue subject.
Packs containing pages of related descriptive text together with stamps (singles, part sheets or complete sheets) and other various items - covers, coins, cards etc.
Product Code: AH45
Product Issue Date: 8th September 2017
This limited edition Isle of Man TT collectable is a must-have for all John McGuinness and road racing fans.
Product Code: AH46
Product Issue Date: 11th August 2017
The Tower Mint, on behalf of the Isle of Man Government, has issued a new £5.00 TT coin. The coin celebrates the 110th Anniversary of the TT & features the famous Mercury trophy that embodies the history and importance of the event.
Product Code: VI95
Product Issue Date: 2nd August 2017
This signed cover pack contains a numbered Limited Edition TT winners first day cover signed by Ian Hutchinson as well as one of our 2016 TT Legends 50p Coin Gift Packs. Both products are presented in a Isle of Man Stamps & Coins card wrap.
Product Code: AH33
Product Issue Date: 1st April 2017
We present the Isle of Man House of Keys 50p 'proof-like' Coin. This version of the coin was limited to a production run of 1750.
These are the remainder of the limited edition packs that were incorrectly labelled as 'proof' and not 'proof-like'.
The coins are provided in the original numbered packaging and each purchase will include the correction letter from the Treasury.
Please read this letter prior to purchasing.
The sale of these coins is while supply lasts and we reserve the right to adjust orders should the need arise. This may include a limit of 1 per customer.
Product Code: AH06
Product Issue Date: 20th October 2016
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II marked another milestone in her illustrious reign in 2016 with the celebrations of her 90th Birthday. Born in 1926, she is already the longest reigning monarch in British history – and now, she has become the first to live into her ninth decade.
The coin features a portrait of Her Majesty taken from her visit to the Isle of Man in 1989 along a smaller image which shows her connection to the Isle of Man.