Isle of Man stamps

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The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown Dependency, located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, within the British Isles.

Location of  Isle of Man  (Green)

See: Great Britain


#152-3

Scott: #152-3O

Issued: 16.5.1979

Europa 1979

Inside #153: Stamp on Envelope


#250-1

Scott: #250,#251O

Issued: 5.7.1983

10th Anniversary of Post Office

#28 for #251 Inside #251: Similar to Isle of Man #28O


#259

Scott: #259P

Issued: 14.2.1984

Links with Falkland Islands

#339 Inside #259a: Falkland Islands #339 (Shipwrecks)O


#394

Scott: #394(SS)O

#394a+b

Scott: #394aO, #394bO, #389-90O

Issued: 28.4.1989

Mutiny on the "Bounty"

Released on 28 April in conjunction with the Pitcairn Islands the Norfolk Island and Isle of Man Postal Administrations was a souvenir sheet which features one stamp illustrating Lt. Bligh and his party being cast adrift, another (being an Isle of Man stamp on a Pitcairn stamp) showing Fletcher Christian, and the third (a Norfolk Island stamp on a Pitcairn stamp) depicting "mutineers and Polynesian maidens".

The Isle of Man (NZ $2.40) and Norfolk Island (NZ $3.20) souvenir sheets, featuring the same three designs in a different order but in the same format, were also produced.

Pitcairn Islands #321 for #394a

Inside #394a: Pitcairn Island #321dO

Norfolk Island #456 for #394a Inside #394b: Norfolk Island #453O


#418-21

Scott: #418-21O

Issued: 18.4.1990

Europa 1990

Inside #420: Stamp on Envelope


#422

Scott: #422O

#422a

Scott: #422aP

Notes: The 4 values, 19p to 37p, Scott: #422b-e, were only issued in the strips of 5 illustrated.

Issued: 3.5.1990

150th Anniversary, Penny Black

GB #1 Inside #422a: GB #1

ESSAY-plate Inside #422c: GB #1 Essay

GB #2 Inside #422e: GB #2O

Scan not available

Scott: #422gO

Booklet pane, 2 each #422b-e

Scan not available

Scott: #422hO

#422 overprinted "From Stamp World London '90 to New Zealand 1990"

1990 IOM - 150th Anniversary of the Penny Black M/S (25) MNH - Click Image to Close

Scott: #423O

Sheet of 25 – 1p like #422

Visit the Stamps On Stamps Italian Group

At: http://www.arcieriminerva.it/SOS/homeSOS.htm to learn

 About: “The Penny Black Plate” project

#424

Scott: #424O


#820-1

Scott: #820O, #821O

Issued: 4.3.1999

Mutiny on the "Bounty"

#38 for 820 Inside #820a: Isle of Man #38O

#464 for 821 Inside #821: Isle of Man #464O


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Scott: #785dO

Issued: 02.07.1999

Philexfrance 99 International Stamp Exhibition, Paris

Inside #785 (In margin): Pseudo stamp on logo


#859

Scott: #859aO

Issued: 22.5.2000

Stamp Show 2000 Exhibition

GB #1 In margin: G.B. #1

This miniature sheet overprinted for The Stamp Show 2000


#889

Scott: #889-94O

Issued: 22.1.2001

Victorian Days

GB #1 Inside #889: GB #1


#900a-d

Scott: #900O, #900a-dO

Issued: 18.4.2001

Postal History, 75th Birthday, Queen Elizabeth II

#494 Inside #900a: G.B. #494O

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GB #300 FOR #900B Inside #900b: GB #300P

#8 for 900c Inside #900c: Isle of Man #8O

#3 for 900d Inside #900d: Isle of Man #3O

In margin of sheet:

 

#1

#2

#292

Isle of Man #1O

Isle of Man #2O

Gt. Britain #292(4)P

#560

#464

#572

Gt. Britain #560P

Gt. Britain #464O

Gt. Britain #572P

#478

 

 

#900a-d

#458

Gt. Britain #478P

 

Gt. Britain #458P

#297

#298

#495

Gt. Britain #297P

Gt. Britain #298(2)P

Gt. Britain #495(2)P

#402

#420

#564

Gt. Britain #402P

Gt. Britain #420P

Gt. Britain #564P


Scott: #900aO

Issued: 16.10.2001

HAFNIA 2001 Exhibition Overprint on S/S #900


2001

Scott: #901-6O

Issued: 18.4.2001

Mail men

Inside #902: Stamp on Envelope


2005

Scott: #1086O

Issued: 9.1.2005

200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar & Manxmen at Trafalgar

#159 Inside #1086: Isle of Man #159O

#861 Inside #1086: Isle of Man #861aO

Manxmen at Trafalgar

Isle of Man Post is proud to recognize the contribution made by Manx sailors at the Battle of Trafalgar in their miniature sheet set issued on the 1st February 2005. Perhaps the best known is Captain John Quilliam RN who was born in 1771 at Ballakelly in Marown. His claim to fame lies in having been First Lieutenant on board HMS Victory at the battle. Also present at Trafalgar were John Brown, John Lace, John Cowell, Charles Corlett, John Cowell and Thomas Curphy.


Scott: #1144O

Issued: 2.5.2006

50th Anniversary of the first Europa stamp

#100 Inside #1144a: Isle of Man #100O

#418 Inside #1144b: Isle of Man #418O

Inside #1144:

Isle of Man #396aO

Isle of Man #192O

Isle of Man #306a-bO

Isle of Man #364aO

Isle of Man #972O

Isle of Man #152O

Isle of Man #508aO

Isle of Man #134O

Isle of Man #597-8O

Isle of Man #680O

Isle of Man #468O

Isle of Man #88O

 

 

Isle of Man #331O

 

 

Isle of Man #212O

Isle of Man #245O

Isle of Man #808O

Isle of Man #740O

Isle of Man #175O

Isle of Man #260O

Isle of Man #469O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Isle of Man Post celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first Europa stamp with a two-stamp miniature sheet, featuring 2 stamp on stamps from previous CEPT Europa issues.

Although the Europa series began in 1956 to publicise the unity of the six countries of the then European Coal and Steel Community – Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, France, Germany and Italy – the Isle of Man only took part for the first time in 1976 by which time the Europa theme had been taken over by the Conference of European Posts and Telecommunications (CEPT) of which the Island is a member. Themes have included ceramic art, landscapes, contemporary art, Europe in space, local dishes and historic personalities for which Isle of Man Post chose the literary career of T.E. Brown.


2008A

2008B

Scott: #1275eP

(Scan of #1275-6)

Issued: 1.8.2008

New Manx Worthies

#3 Inside #1275e: Isle of Man #3O or #4O


Britain At War Miniature Sheet

Scott: #1368O

Issued: 20.04.2010

Britain at War 1940

#204 Inside #1368a: Isle of Man #204O

#429a Inside #1368b: Isle of Man #429aO

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


George V Set

Scott: #1369-74O

Issued: 06.05.2010

George V Anniversary

#160 Inside #1369: G.B. #160P

Inside #1370:

Two cancelled Cape of Good Hope pair:

#3b / # 7/1 d vermillion,

# 9f/4d vermillion color error, "woodblocks"

cut out from cover in the Royal Philatelic Collection

SG #266a Inside #1371: G.B. SG #266aO (unlisted in Scott)

King EdwardVII 2d "Tyrian Blue", printed in 1910, unissued.

#35 Inside #1372: Niger Coast Protectorate #35O (20/- on 1/- ovpt)

#151 Inside #1373: G.B. #151O

#2_1 Inside #1374: Mauritius #2O

George V was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 1910 until his death in 1936. He was the first British monarch of the House of Windsor.

Although he occasionally toured the British Empire, George preferred to stay at home with his stamp collection and lived, what later biographers would consider, a dull life because of its conventionality. King George V and Queen Mary visited the Isle of Man in 1920.

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1448-51O

Issued: 08.08.2011

Knockaloe Internment Camp Postal History

 Inside #1448 (37p): G.B. #127

 Inside #1449 (38p): G.B. #159

Inside #1450 (58p): G.B. Imprinted envelope 3p Registered Letter

 Inside #1451 (£1.15): Unlisted Isle of Man/Knockaloe P.O.W. Camp stamp

Knockaloe Sheet Set

Knockaloe Miniature Sheet

Scott: #1452O

Miniature Sheet

 Inside #1452 (50p): G.B. #160

Inside #1452 (£1.00): G.B. imprinted 3p Registered Letter indicium.

Lou wrote: A really interesting set and s/s reproducing rare covers from the remote I.O.M. base that served as a pre-World War I military training camp and later as an internment camp for alien (German. Austrian. Turkish) civilians.  Many thousands were interned during the war years and the camp had it’s own post office to handle the volume of mail sent to family and friends in England and around the world, Since I also collect postal markings on stamps, I really like the special camp cancels and censor markings that are reproduced.

The £1.10 value reproduces a stamp created by an internee to be used on mail delivered inside the camp.  According to one source, most of the stamps were confiscated and destroyed by camp officials the first day they were used; a sheet of 21 is in a Manx museum and only one cover and nine stamps are in private collections.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno, Prof. Plinio Richelmi, Lloyd Gilbert and Martin Hirschbühl


Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 04.07.2013

Newspaper Headlines

Inside #????:

Isle of Man #24

Isle of Man #25

Isle of Man #26

Isle of Man #27

 

Newspaper Headlines Europa Sheetlet

Thanks to Lou Guadagno, Martin Hirschbühl and Prof. Plinio Richelmi


     

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 17.10.2013

A Christmas Stamp Gallery

Inside #???? Design components of:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isle of Man #436

Isle of Man #488

Isle of Man #1129

Isle of Man #378

Isle of Man #682

Isle of Man #1172

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


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Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 17.02.2015

175th Anniversary of The Penny Black  and the Birth of Stanley Gibbons

GB #1 Inside #????: G.B. #1

 Inside #????: G.B. #2

#20 Inside #????: G.B. #3

isle of man sheetlet

Scott: #????O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno and Prof. Plinio Richelmi


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