Tristan da Cunha Post Office
The Post Office offers a full philatelic service for collectors, with regular issues of interesting and attractive stamps.
Prince George's Christening stamp

The world's remotest Post Office team welcomes you.

Discover our available stamps and place an order today.
Augustus Earle stamp
MV Pequina stamp Tristan da Cunha Post Office Logo MV Pequina stamp

HMS Penguin stamp

Augustus Earle stamp

Stamp commemorating the centenary of Alice in Wonderland

Post Office and Tourism Team

USS Hornet stamp

Augustus Earle stamp

Queen Elizabeth at 90 stamp

The Team (left to right): Kelly Burns, Shirley Squibb, Lillie Swain, Janine Lavarello, Dawn Repetto (Head of Tourism and Heritage), Tina Glass, Iris Green (Head of Post Office Department), and Caryn Green.
Iris, Lillie, Kelly and Caryn will receive, pack and dispatch your orders of stunning Tristan stamps and other Post Office products.
Dawn deals with enquiries for Handicrafts and Souvenirs.
Contact the Post Office by email: postoffice@tdc-gov.com or phone: (44) 0203 014 2028

About Tristan stamps

Tristan da Cunha did not have stamps until 1952, and the first ones were overprinted St Helena definitives. Essays priced in potatoes were however prepared in the 1940s as part of the petition for stamps. Before then, islanders had to rely on the good will of visiting ships. Tristan stamps have been popular with collectors ever since.

See our Stamp Archive page for more.

Agents for the Production and Marketing of Postage Stamps

Pobjoy Mint logo

Tristan stamp production is being handled on behalf of the Tristan da Cunha Post Office and Philatelic Bureau by Creative Direction (Worldwide) Ltd., while all stamp marketing is being handled by Pobjoy Mint Ltd.

All parties involved in this arrangement are dedicated to ensuring that Tristan stamps are produced to the highest quality and that they appeal to our existing loyal collector base whilst also reaching a wide international market.