Ancient Artifacts

Jersey –  The island of Jersey, with its close proximity to France and mainland Britain, is perfectly situated to attract visitors from near and far. Throughout history, nomadic hunter-gatherer tribes, the first Neolithic settlers, Romans and Gauls, have all leftRead More

Europa 2017- Castles and Forts

Jersey –  Jersey’s 70 kilometres of coastline is dotted with castles, coastal towers and artillery batteries, testament to a small island which, throughout the centuries, has seen French raids, English Civil War and German Occupation. Today, many of them areRead More

Post & Go – Shells

Jersey – Jersey’s temperate climate, as well as its geographical distance from mainland Britain, creates a unique marine environment for a wide variety of molluscs. This diversity, in turn, provides Jersey’s picturesque beaches with some of the prettiest shells within theRead More

The Crest of Jersey

Jersey – With the same design which features on Jersey Post’s 2015 Definitive stamps and 2016 Post & Go stamps, six special stamps are issued with a new seasonal palette of colours suitable for the spring months, and bearing theRead More

Lunar New Year – Year of the Rooster

Jersey –  The second issue in Jersey Post’s Lunar New Year stamp series celebrates the lunar Dingyou year (2017) which is the Year of the Rooster. Also known as the Spring Festival, it is the most important celebration in theRead More