Islotes les Eclaireurs Lighthouse was chosen as one of the as one of the subjects for the recently released Argentina-Antarctica series of stamps. This light is located on the Beagle Channel near the city of Ushuaia, Argentina and is often mistakenly referred to as the Lighthouse at the End of the World. It’s French name translates to “Islets of the Scouts”.
Les Eclaireurs L/H | Sc ?, Mi ?, SG ?, Yt ?, WADP ? | 31 Jan 2019
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Pointe Venus Lighthouse sits at, you guessed it, Pointe Venus at the northernmost point of the island of Tahiti. The point takes it’s name because Capt. James Cook set up an observatory there to view the transit of Venus across the face of the sun, a very rare occurrence, in 1769. The lighthouse was completed in 1867 and went into service on the first day of 1868. It was refurbished and made higher in 1963. There are currently four stamps featuring the lighthouse, the last one being issued in 2018.
Pt. Venus L/H | Sc C31, Mi 37, SG 37, Yt PA8 | 10 Sep 1964
Pt. Venus L/H | Sc 481, Mi 502, SG 531, Yt 302 | 21 Apr 1988
Pt. Venus L/H | Sc 930c, Mi 987, SG ?, Yt 787, WADP ? | 22 Sep 2006
Pt. Venus L/H | Sc ?, Mi 1377, SG ?, Yt 1183, WADP PF008.18 | 23 Apr 2018