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John Redmond was an Irish nationalist politician . Designed by Post Studio and lithographed by Cartor. Date of Issue: 1 March 2018
9th Definitive Series The History of Ireland in 100 Objects- 8 stamps – Designed by Zinc Design Consultants and printed in HP Indigo high resolution digital print by CCL Label Ireland Ltd. and perforated 11 x 11.5. The stamps are … Continue reading
The imposing Georgian building is said to be the oldest still-functioning postal headquarters in the world. It was designed by Armagh architect Francis Johnston, and served as headquarters for the rebels in the 1916 Easter Rising. The one Euro stamp … Continue reading
Canada : Hanukkah The stylized design in blue and yellow features a menorah with a golden Star of David elevated at the center. The shamash or “helper” candle at this central position is used to light the other eight candles … Continue reading
50 years ago this year, Argentinian Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara died. To commemorate this event An Post issued this beautiful stamp which is based on the iconic image created by Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick. Date of Issue: October 5, 2017 … Continue reading
Two Gorey Community School students are the face of the new €1 commemorative stamp from An Post celebrating 50 years of second level education in Ireland.The stamp, designed by leading designer Ger Garland with photography by Alan Betson, features Lauren … Continue reading
A brace of stamps released by An Post celebrates Ireland’s National Ploughing Championships, which kick off in Tullamore next week. Horsepower in both its forms serves to illustrate the ploughing championships. The first features Eamonn Tracey from Carlow, who has … Continue reading
The €1 stamp features a portrait of the Co Meath poet and incorporates a photograph of a blackbird by nature photographer Lewis Bates.It was designed by Dublin design agency Detail.Ledwidge was born in Slane, Co Meath in 1887. He began … Continue reading
An Post have brought out a special series of stamps featuring four train stations – including Bagenalstown in Carlow. The stations featured are Heuston Station, Dublin, Clarke Station, Dundalk, Kent Station in Cork and Bagenalstown Station in Carlow.
An Post released a sheet of stamps commemorating the emoji accompanied by the phrase “Don’t Worry Be Happy” written in both Irish and English. The stamps were designed by The stone twins two Irish brothers now based in Amsterdam.