La Maison du Collectionneur puts at the honor a set of used stamps and all different coming from the Anglo-Norman island from Alderney (French Aurigny). Located off the French coasts, she belongs to the bailiwick of Guernesey and thus belongs to the British Crown while preserving a very great autonomy.The two principal sets of themes are fauna and the flora, omnipresent on the island. You will find in particular stamps representing of the species like wild rabbit, the gull, the concern (butterfly), the marine seagull or the puffin monk.
We present to you this whole of stamps of collection coming from the bailiwick of Guernesey. It is about a dependence of the British crown whose Head of State is Elisabeth II. This bailiwick gathers the island of Guernesey like several other islands. We also have emitted stamps with Jersey.La royal family is one of the sets of themes present: you will discover many stamps illustrating the Queen Elizabeth II. Coins are also represented, just as of the flowers, the geographical maps and the landscapes.
Jersey is an island belonging to the bailiwick of Jersey, located between France and England. With regard to the political status, it is about a dependence of the British crown. Lastly, Jersey is an Anglo-Norman island, as well as Guernesey.Parmi the stamps sets of themes present in this batch, the history is with the honor: you will find several historical characters like the Queen Elizabeth II, Philippe Auguste, William the Conqueror or Charles William Geyt (first post-office employee of the island of Jersey). The operation Drake is also illustrated.
Islands Anglo Normans: Used stamp collection all different