Calf of Man 1964 Europa (4v, 6m to 60m, U/M)

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Se-tenant strip of four 1964 Calf of Man Europa stamps, denominated 6m 12m, 30m and 60m, and each depicting a map of Europe in a different colour.

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Se-tenant strip of four Europa stamps issued by Calf of Man in 1964, denominated 6m 12m, 30m and 60m, and each one depicting a map of Europe in a different colour.

U/M / Unmounted Mint / MNH / Mint Never Hinged.

About Calf of Man

Denominated in “Murreys” (after John Murrey, who issued the first Isle of Man coins in 1668), Calf of Man local stamps were issued between 1962 and 1973, theoretically for use on mail being carried from the island to the Isle of Man mainland.

In reality, they are thought to have been produced more with an eye on the stamp collecting market, and when the Isle of Man took over its own postal service from the British Post Office in 1973, Calf of Man’s own issues came to an end.

However, whatever the reasons for their existence, Calf of Man stamps remain an interesting piece of Cinderella philatelic history.

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