Isle of Man

Isle-of-Man-Flag-and-Coat

Since 1866, the Isle of Man has been a Crown Dependency of Great Britain with democratic self-government.  The island is situated in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland.  Its capital is Douglas.  The country is regarded as a tax haven.

The Isle of Man began using British postage stamps in 1840.    The island’s postmark was a Maltese Cross.  The island used British stamps until the first regional stamps were issued in 1958.  Postal independence was granted in 1973.  The Isle of Man Post Office was created and began issuing its own Isle of Man stamps.

1973

Various Scenes Series

Isle-of-Man-24-AB56

SG # 24

Used (NH)

 

 

1978

Various Scenes Series

Island-of-Man-112-AC4

SG # 112

Used (NH)

 

 

 

1978

Millennium of Tynwald Series

Island-of-Man-155-AC4

SG # 155

Used (NH)

 

 

 

1981

150th Death Anniversary of Colonel Mark Wilks

Island-of-Man-199-AC4

SG # 199

Used (NH)

 

 

 

Royal Wedding Series

Island-of-Man-203-AC4

SG # 203

Used (NH)

 

 

 

1983

Seabirds Series

Island-of-Man-241-AC4

SG # 241

Used (NH)

 

 

 

1990

150th Anniversary of the Penny Black Series

Isle-of-Man-MS-442-AK18

SG # 442 (MS)

Unused (NH)

 

 

 

 

Isle-of-Man-MS-442-446-AK18

SG #442-446

Unused (NH)

 

 

 

1992

40th Anniversary of Accession Series

Island-of-Man-512-AC4

SG # 512

Used (NH)

 

 

 

 

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