Lundy stamps

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Lundy is an island in the Bristol Channel of Great Britain, administered as part of Torridge district of the English county of Devon. It lies about a third of the way from the coast of Devon to that of South Wales. It is about 4.5 km long from north to south by 1 km wide, and is the largest island in the Bristol Channel.

Map of Lundy with inset maps of British Isles and Bristol Channel

For the history of the Stamp Issues of Lundy see:

See: Great Britain


Scott: #JA241-4O

Issued: 02.06.1978

Anniversary of Coronation - Lundy Coronation overprint stamps of 1953

 Inside #JA241: Lundy #JA104O

 Inside #JA242: Lundy #JA102O

 Inside #JA243: Lundy #JA103O

 Inside #JA242: Lundy #JA105O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Scott: #JA250-4O

Issued: 04.05.1979

50th Anniversary, Stamps of Lundy

#1-2 Inside #JA251: Lundy #JA1O

 Inside #JA251: Lundy #JA188O

#JA188 issued first in 1974, was in use in 1979, and also serves as the stamp value.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #JA346-9O

Issued: 1.11.2004

75th Anniversary, Stamps of Lundy

#1-2 Inside #347: Lundy #1O

#2 Inside #348: Lundy #2O

The first two Lundy stamps were issued on 1st of November 1929 in the local "currency" ½ puffin pink and 1 puffin blue. They are valid for use between the Island and the Mainland.

Best website related:

The Stamp Issues of Lundy

Lundy Stamps Catalogue by Anders Backman