|1989: Definitive stamp|
The Quesnard lighthouse was established in 1912 and warns of treacherous waters on the approach to the northerly part of Alderney and Guernsey. It made another appearance this year in Guernsey's Post and Go stamps but with the light shining out under a sunset.
The Sark lighthouse is located on the north east of the tiny island and was built in 1913.
The Castle Breakwater lighthouse was constructed in the 1850s and forms one arm of Guernsey's main port.
Les Hanois Lighthouse rises from a reef on the south west of Guernsey.
Bréhon Tower was built in 1856 and the light is mounted on top of the stone fort which was built to guard the shipping channel between Guernsey and Hern and protect the harbour of St Peter Port
Here is the the full set of the lighthouses stamps, designed by Robin Carter and featured on a FDC
|2017: Lighthouses (Designer - Robin Carter)|
An entry to Sunday Stamps II theme - Lighthouses - beam down to See It On A Postcard