Welcome to our News Centre which provides press releases for general interest. For full press release with technical details and high-resolution product images for publicity purposes please see our Media Centre.
For further enquiries or suggestions please contact us on +44 (0) 1624 698400.
Isle of Man Post Office commemorates the 10th wedding anniversary of HRH Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge during a time that can only be described as difficult for the Royal Family, mourning the loss of HRH Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh.
Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to issue this set of six stamps in celebration of the life and legacy of one of Victorian Britain’s most influential figures, John Ruskin. The Guild of St. George, set-up by Ruskin 150 years ago, played a pivotal role in the history of the Laxey Woollen Mills - a Manx institution that continues to practice traditional crafting methods to this day.
Isle of Man Post Office celebrates the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Manx National Trust, now part of Manx National Heritage, with a set of ten beautiful stamps.
Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to release this special sheetlet celebrating landmark events and some of the many achievements of H R H Prince Philip in the year that sees him celebrate his 100th Birthday in June.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is pleased to present six stamps in celebration of HM The Queen’s 95th birthday. To commemorate this milestone, IOMPO showcases key aspects of Her Majesty’s long reign since her accession in 1952 and pay tribute to HRH Prince Philip in this landmark issue. The issue text has been provided by author and TV personality Lady Colin Campbell.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) presents a wonderful set of six stamps of both, popular and unusual species of birds selected from the world of cage and aviary as seen through the lens of photographer Luke Stephenson. The set of six stamps is to be issued on 9th February 2021.
Isle of Man Post Office celebrates the Chinese New Year with a set of four stamps designed by Manx illustrator and artist Jay Cover.