On 7 April 2020 Isle of Man issued a set of six stamps celebrating the poetry of William Wordsworth. One of these stamps shows Conister Rock Lighthouse, also known as Tower of Refuge. The tower sits on an island near the entrance of Douglas Harbor. The tower was built to provide shelter for shipwrecked mariners on St. Mary’s Island.
Conister Rock (Tower of Refuge) L/H | Sc ?, Mi ?, SG ?, Yt ?, WADP ? | 7 Apr 2020
Thanks, again, to Jaap for bringing this stamp to our attention.
More lighthouse stamps from Isle of Man can be viewed here
On 18 Oct 2018 the Isle of Man issued a set of four stamps commemorating the 20oth anniversary of the first permanent lighthouses on the island which is located in the Irish Sea between England and Ireland. The Point of Ayre lighthouses are located at the northern end of the island and the Calf of Man lighthouses are on a small island at the extreme south end of the main island.
Point of Ayre High L/H | Sc 1982, Mi 2428, SG ?, Yt 2466, WADP not listed | 18 Oct 2018
Point of Ayre High L/H, Point of Ayre Low L/H | Sc 1983, Mi 2429, SG ?, Yt 2467, WADP not listed | 18 Oct 2018
Calf of Man High L/H, Calf of Man L/H, Calf of Man Low L/H, Chicken Rock L/H | Sc 1984, Mi 2430, SG ?, Yt 2468, WADP not listed | 18 Oct 2018
Calf of Man Low L/H | Sc 1985, Mi 2431, SG ?, Yt 2469, WADP not listed | 18 Oct 2018
See more Isle of Man lighthouse stamps here