Maserati Stamps

Stamps from around the world featuring Maseratis

When Roger, here in the UK, sent me an email containing an image of a stamp from the Caribbean Island of St Vincent featuring a Maserati Ghibli, I decided to do a little research to see how many other countries have featured a Maserati, or a Maserati related theme, on their stamps.

I was pleasantly surprised by the results !

"Ciao Enrico,

Here is a scan of the stamp from St Vincent with a Maserati Ghibli on it. Part of a series issued across 15 islands in the Commonwealth in the 80s to celebrate 100 years of the auto.

There is a Citroen SM on one of the stamps, but I believe no other Maseratis. As and when I come across other Maseratis on stamps, postcards, etc I’ll send copies of them to you.



Maserati Ghibli Coupe
From the Island of St Vincent

Citroen SM
From Island of Nui in the South Pacific State of Tuvalu

Other stamps that feature Maseratis that originate from Islands in the Caribbean and South Pacific.


Maserati 8CTF "Boyle Special"
From Island of Bequia in the Grenadines of St. Vincent

Maserati 250F
From the Caribbean Island of Nevis

Maserati Bora
From the Caribbean Islands of Turks & Caicos

Maserati 250F
From the République Fédérale Islamique des Comores

Maserati Tipo 61
From the Caribbean Island of Grenada

More Maserati stamps.


Maserati 250F
From Monaco

Maserati 4CL
From Monaco

Maserati Biturbo
From Italy

Maserati Quattroporte III
From Austria

Maserati 250F
From Argentina

Maserati 4CLT/48 "San Remo"
From Uruguay

Maserati 4CLT/48 "Reg Parnell"
From the Isle of Man

Maserati 4CLT/48 "Reg Parnell"
From the Isle of Man

Maserati 250F
From Malawi

Citroen SM
From Zambia

Maserati Indy Coupe
From Ajman, United Arab Emirates

1951: Reg Parnell at the wheel of his Maserati 4CLT
From the Isle of Man

Isle of Man stamp 20p value

The Castletown Trophy for Formula Libre was won by Reg Parnell, one of Britain's top drivers in 1951, driving a Maserati. The beginning of the race was massed with the Manx Cup and there were two non-starters and five entries, three of whom retired. Parnell won nearly a lap ahead of rival David Murray, the only other finisher who was defeated by a series of unlucky events from the start. The race was held over 18 laps, a 70 mile course, which Parnell completed in 59 mins 49 sees at an average speed of 70.04mph. He created new time and speed records for cars of unlimited capacity - the last time had been in 1948, when Ken Bear won in 66 mins 37secs at 66.29mph.

In 1951 there was a battle for the BRDC Gold Star award which included the title of "Champion Driver of Great Britain". Moss was leading with 34 points, Parnell was in 4th place, but moved into second place as the other competitors, Whitehead and Brown were not competing.


The Isle of Man Post Office gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Manx Motor Racing Club Ltd, the Manx Museum, the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and Brian Crookall, Isle of Man, in the preparation of this issue.


"Hello Enrico:

I hope you are well.

You can add this one to your collection.

Australian issue, apparently it is possible to produce tailor made stamps there with anything you like within reason, for local use.

Obviously the photo is from a factory Khamsin brochure.

Bought this off Ebay a few years ago. There are 2 or 3 other versions.

Curious to know if anybody knows of any Khamsins on stamps form other countries?

Keep up the good work!

Best regards,

Marc Sonnery - Maserati Khamsin Registry"


Maserati Khamsin
From Australia

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