On the bottom is Bell Rock lighthouse off Arbroath, Scotland, built at the beginning of the 19th Century. Lastly appears The Eddystone Light which the FDC celebrates its 300th Anniversary and the stamp shows the first of the lighthouses to stand on the Eddystone Rocks erected in 1698 and built of wood. Yes you know that is not going to end well, it was wrecked in a storm 5 years later. The FDC came with an insert which tells the story of the four lighthouses which have stood on this point warning seafarers of danger.
Next is a set of Lighthouse stamps which Åland issued in a booklet of eight stamps which showed four lights.
Marhällen in the Bothic Gulf and Gustaf Dahlen a light which was named after the Swedish Nobel Laureate of the same name and was the inventor of the Dahlen light. If the light name is not familiar his company will be, AGA. The other two stamps of the set are taken from old sketches of lighthouses, the first is Bogskär which was damaged by winter storms in 1889 and destroyed by German bombardment in 1915. The replacement station some years later was painted in the Finnish national colours of blue and white and can be seen when arriving by boat into Mariehamn. The stamp was engraved by Martin Mörck. The other stamp was engraved by Lars Sjööblom and is of Kökarsören but unfortunately I can find no other information so unlike the other lighthouse I can provide no link. As can be seen the exact position of each light is shown on the bottom of the stamps.
An entry to Sunday Stamps II theme - Lighthouses - set sail to See It On A Postcard for more