First Super League Triathlon commemorated by Jersey Post

Media Release from Jersey Post

4 September 2017

First Super League Triathlon commemorated by Jersey Post & Go

The first ever Super League Triathlon event will feature as the next overprint to appear on Jersey Post & Go JE02 stamps. The overprint, which will read: Super League Triathlon 2017 will be printed on the Jersey Crest Post & Go stamps from Monday 18 September to close of business on Monday 16 October 2017.

Super League Triathlon is a new championship series combining the three core triathlon disciplines but with an alternative approach to the Olympic standard. Points are awarded for three individual stages: the Triple Mix, the Equaliser and the Eliminator rounds.

Melanie Gouzinis, Head of Philatelic at Jersey Post explains: ”This exciting new series sees the world’s best triathletes compete against each other in a mix of gruelling short-course tracks and Olympic speed-racing. Global stars including Alistair and Jonny Brownlee will be coming to Jersey to take part in the event which will be broadcast live to millions across the globe on 23rd and 24th September. It’s a huge opportunity for Jersey and we are delighted to commemorate the first ever event on our Post & Go stamps.”

Jersey Post’s most recent Post & Go issue, Fruits and Berries, will continue to vend from the JE02 kiosk but will not carry the commemorative overprint.

Jersey Post’s JE02 series Post & Go kiosk, powered by Royal Mail, is located in Jersey Post’s Broad Street post office in St Helier. A limited number of Collectors’ strips featuring the Super League Triathlon 2017 overprint will be available to order at or by contacting the Jersey Philatelic Bureau on: 00 44 (0)1534 616320. (Ends)

If you require any further information please contact Rachel MacKenzie, Philatelic Marketing Manager, on + 44 (0)1534 516324 or email





NMRN request amendment to A002 overprint

Queen Elizabeth Carrier

The NMRN incorrectly suggested and approved:

Union Flag

Royal Navy

QEII Carrier 2017


Royal Navy

Queen Elizabeth II Carrier 2017

Note: The 2017 was removed as it overran onto the Union Flag and Machin head

This has now been amended as at 10:20 29th August to :

Union Flag

Royal Navy

QE Carrier 2017


Royal Navy

Queen Elizabeth Carrier 2017

Note: The 2017 has been re-instated as there is now room.


New Post & Go Stamps at The Postal Museum

From the Postal Museum

Change of Overprint and New Post & Go Stamps at The Postal Museum

 LONDON, 16 August 2017 – The Postal Museum has announced today that its ‘Official Opening’ overprint will end on all designs on Tuesday 12 September. It will be replaced with the words ‘The Postal Museum’ (without the organisation’s envelope logo) across all designs the following day, Wednesday 13 September.

Coinciding with the first day of Stampex, there will also be changes to the designs available from The Postal Museum’s A0001 machine. Royal Mail Heritage: Mail by Air (six designs – first class only) will replace the Union Flag (all values), which will no longer be available.

The following stamps will be on sale from Wednesday 13 September:

  • Royal Mail Heritage: Mail by Air (six designs – first class only)
  • Machin 50 Commemoratives (six designs – 1st class only)
  • Machin (2nd Class only)
  • Underground Railway (all values)
  • Mail Coach (all values)

The Post & Go machine is available at The Postal Museum during normal opening hours. Please see for more information.

Commemorative products will be available to purchase online and from The Postal Museum’s shop.

To get the latest information about new products sign up to The Postal Museum’s Post & Go Bulletin –


Royal Navy celebrates Queen Elizabeth Carrier

Queen Elizabeth II Carrier comes to Portsmouth

The Royal Navy latest carrier will be commemorated by two overprints on the A002 kiosk in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

Union Flag

Royal Navy

QEII Carrier


Royal Navy

Queen Elizabeth II Carrier

The overprints will be available for a month from Saturday 19th August.

The Royal Navy Logo on the Machin will be reduced to accommodate the longer wording.

Please note that the kiosk will be moved to the visitors centre on the 17th August, access to the Kiosk is still free, however a longer time should be allowed for queuing into the centre.