The stamps are the first part in the series, Jersey Seasons, and feature photographs taken by local photographer Andy Le Gresley, of the Island’s bays and breath-taking coastal panoramas.
The stamps show Belcroute, Seymour Tower at high tide, Beauport Bay, the White House in St Ouen’s Bay, the Fisherman’s Chapel in St Brelade’s Bay, south coast rocks and cliffscape, reflections of Archirondel Tower and the Ecréhous.
Jersey Post’s Philatelic marketing executive Rachel Norris, said: “Jersey is beautiful during the summer months and we’re really proud to be issuing a set of stamps showcasing the Island’s most picturesque coastal spots. Andy Le Gresley has captured the vivid colours of the island’s sun-kissed summer landscapes perfectly.
Jersey stamps are seen by people all over the world so this issue is a brilliant way of introducing people to the Island and perhaps encouraging them to come and visit some of the places featured on the stamps.”
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