A convenient and attractive method of displaying and storing Guernsey Post commemorative and definitive stamp issues is the presentation pack folder. Housed in a proprietary stock card, to which is at..
Some of our stamp issues are produced in sheets of ten. This enables collectors to obtain cost-effective sheets of each value with the name of the designer, printer and printer’s information and ‘traf..
The Philatelic Bureau offers a first day cover service in respect of all stamp issues. A set of stamps is affixed to an unaddressed, specially designed envelope and it is cancelled with a special pict..
There is a wealth of information throughout the text about this deeply emotive topic.The stories about our six featured topics and some of the War Veterans associated with this issue are astonishing a..
This third issue of stamps commemorating the
First World War, explores the part played by the Guernsey men and boys who were
engaged in the war at sea.
As with the previous issues, the research has revealed
that their presence was far flung, honourable and that many of them made the
The name ‘Bluejackets’ was given to the sailors in the
Royal Navy and we have chosen six of them to represent the Bailiwick's
contribution. Individually, these men featured at almost every major sea battle
and turning point in the five-year conflict. Collectively, their stories give a
strong account of the Royal Navy in the Great War.
The WW1 British navy signal flags under the Royal
Cipher spell out 'valour', which these six Guernseymen showed.