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Malta Post has issued three stamps featuring Maltese religious festivals, in an issue which includes the country's SEPAC 2015 stamp.
The 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, one of the key turning points of the Second World War, is commemorated with six stamps featuring imagery related to the aerial battle.
A unique treasure chest of gold and silver coins will be included in The New Waterloo Dispatch, a ceremonial re-enactment of the journey that the Duke of Wellington's message of victory over Napoleon took from the Battle of Waterloo battlefield to the Prince Regent at St James's Square.
Jersey Post has taken a modern approach to the 800th anniversary of the issue of Magna Carta - with stamps that promote the key ideals of the historic document.
In the lead up to the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, a new war memorial to honour the 24,000 soldiers of the Anglo-Allied and Prussian forces who were injured, died or went missing on that historic day, has been unveiled by the Duke of Wellington at Waterloo station.
The owner of the world's most expensive stamps, the British Guiana 1c Magenta, has been revealed as American shoe designer and tycoon Stuart Weitzman.
Jersey Post has issued a set of fourteen stamps to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Island Games, as Jersey hosts the Games this summer.
Royal Mail is installing 50 plaques with images of some of the most popular stamps on 50 post boxes in locations across the country
The heroic nurse Edith Cavell, who helped more than 200 Allied soldiers escape from German-held territories in the First World War, is to be honoured by The Royal Mint.