A convenient and attractive method of displaying and storing Guernsey Post commemorative and definitive stamp issues in a presentation pack folder. Housed in a proprietary stock card, to which is atta..
50p Stamp: S.Michaell The Vale, Chasteau de Vale and S Sampson70p Stamp: Herme, Great Sarke and Brehoe73p Stamp: S.Martyn, The Towns and Cornet Castle£1 Stamp: The British Garnsey£1.15 Stamp: Tortuvil..
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..
Created as part of a joint issue with SEPAC (Small European Postal
Administration Cooperation) entitled ‘Old Maps’, these stamps depict sections
of an old map of “Garnsey” (Guernsey) illustrated by John Speed, one of the most famous British cartographers
of the 17th century, whose visually stunning county and country maps are highly
collectable and sought after around the world. The stamps depict various sections of Speed’s
“Garnsey” map and feature the historic Parish and Island names. The £1.00 stamp bears the SEPAC logo.
Speed (1552-1629) is noted for placing
England into the mainstream of map publishing which had been dominated by the
Dutch since the late sixteenth century. He began by issuing maps of Great
Britain in 1611 in his well-known Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine.
This remarkable worktook over 15 years to assemble
and is one of the most influential atlases of the British Isles ever published.
It contains maps of the entire British Isles, the individual nations, and
separate maps for the counties.