FSM01 Isle of Man machine-vended stamps Triskelion 2017

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15/02/17 - Isle of Man Triskelion machine-vended postage stamps.

This first collection of four stamps is based on the Manx Three Legs of Man emblem which also known as a Triskelion. The legs usually run clockwise and carry the Latin motto 'Quocunque Jeceris Stabit' meaning 'whichever way you throw, I stand', a reference to the independence and resilience of the Manx people.The four versions of this emblem are based on:
  • The three legs as they appear in Douglas Town Hall
  • The Millenium of Tynwald three legs
  • The three legs as seen on the old brewery building on Castletown Quay
  • A modern interpretation of the three legs of man.
The stamps printed from this machine have - of course - a different datastring to the ones produced at the Bureau. 

Options
a. the set produced from the counter machine, note that the arrangement of stamps may vary.
b. mixed value set:  £0.45, £0.77, £1.24 and £1.86


£4.00 inc. tax

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