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Isle of Man Post Office will issue a brand new set of six stamps on 25th June 2020 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the first mountain railway in the British Isles.
We, here at the Isle of Man Post Office and in particular the Stamps & Coins division, love our beautiful Island. We are constantly trying to share our Manx love and passion and our Island's values with the world. Over the years we have built some very special relationships through Numismatics and Philately and we cherish these lasting friendships.
We are delighted to be teaming up with our friends at the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company to celebrate the beauty of our Island in an Isle of Man stamp issue.
Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to present a set of stamps that celebrates eight of the primary disciplines a Nursing or Midwifery professional would undertake around the world today. The issue date coincides with the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, celebrated annually as International Nurses Day.
The Isle of Man community, in particular its key frontline delivery workers and health care professionals, are to be recognised and celebrated in a landmark set of stamps acknowledging countless acts of kindness, unity, care and positivity during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the voyage of the Mayflower, Isle of Man Post Office is to issue a new set of stamps. The six stamp collection pictorially depicts the tale of the famous ship, key events in the history of the voyage and its crew, one of whom was the Manxman Myles Standish and his wife Rose.
On 7th April 2020 the Isle of Man Post Office celebrates the 250th anniversary of the birth of William Wordsworth, one of Britain’s best-known romantic poets of all time, by releasing a wonderful six stamp collection. These beautiful stamps capture the essence and the appearance of the Island at the time of Wordsworth’s visit to the Island in 1833, and are presented through period paintings chosen in relation to the Manx scenes discussed in Wordsworth’s sonnets that were inspired by the Isle of Man.