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This year’s Isle of Man Post Office Christmas stamps, issued on 30 October, feature scenes and artworks inspired by the story of the Nativity.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens, one of the world’s most famous and loved writers. To celebrate, the Isle of Man Post Office working closely with the Charles Dickens Museum, London, will publish on the 14th October 2020, a set of six carefully curated stamps featuring five engravings from his most famous book A Christmas Carol and a miniature portrait of the author from the same period as the book was written.
Hosted by the Philatelic Trading Society, Virtual Stampex is a free event taking place from 1st - 3rd October 2020.
The exhibition is open 24 hours a day over the course of three days so visitors are able to browse collections, listen to Stampex talks and take
advantage of the special offers and promotions being offered by ourselves along with many other exhibitors at their leisure.
The Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to present a set of eight stamps to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 37¾ mile Isle of Man TT Course. The set of eight stamps will be issued 30th September and provides a then and now look at the legendary Course. The stamps picture the iconic vantage points ‘Signpost Corner’, ‘Cronk-Ny-Mona’, ‘Governor’s Bridge’ and ‘Grandstand’, where fans have gathered in their thousands to witness best in class road racing.
The life and achievements of Isle of Man resident Mitch Murray CBE are celebrated by the Isle of Man Post Office in a set of ten dynamic stamps to be issued 16th September 2020.
Isle of Man Post Office takes great pleasure in issuing this landmark set of stamps on 11th August 2020, showcasing three remarkable master watchmakers who are inextricably linked to the Isle of Man.