The Isle of Man Post Office recently commemorated the island’s landscape, horticultural, farming and fishing heritage as well as its diverse group of food producers with a set of six stamps featuring the work of Manx artist Nicola Dixon.
Designed by EJC Design, the stamps also feature Celtic interlace and the Isle of Man triskel. All locations featured on these portrait stamps is based on a real location on the island, which is located between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland. A 24-stamp sheet is available for each of the six stamps in the set.
Each stamp has a title that represents the subject matter:
- 1st: Farm to Yarn
- 1st: Fish to Dish
- EU: Welly to Belly
- 98p: Cow to Cup
- RoW: Tree to Table
- £2.52: Field to Fork
- Issue date: May 3
- Design: EJC Design
- Illustrations: Nicola Dixon
- Printer: Cartor Security Printing
- Printing process: Offset lithography
- Perforations: 14 x 2
- Dimensions: 45.79 mm x 24 mm
For more information, visit the Isle of Man Post Office website.