Postverk Føroya is the postal administration of the Faroe Islands.
Old post office in downtown Tórshavn
A typical village scene: house with blue postbox of Postverk Føroya. This one was seen in Hellur.
Post office in Skálavík
Postal history on stamps
Provisional stamps after World War I
Ø 15: The traditional Faroese boat was means of postal transport between the islands.
Ø 16: "Merkið", the Faroese flag.
Ø 17: the old postman Jákup Andreas Henriksen from Gásadalur.
Europe CEPT 1990 - Post Offices
- See also: Faroese stamps 1990
Old Postal Vessels
- See also: Faroese stamps 1992
25th Anniversary of Postverk Føroya
- See also: Faroese stamps 2001
FR 386: Old Tórshavn post office.
Eight postal centenaries
- See also: Faroese stamps 2003
FO 454: Fuglafjørður.
FO 455: Strendur.
FO 456: Sandur.
FO 457: Eiði.
FO 458: Vestmanna.
FO 459: Vágur.
FO 460: Miðvágur.
FO 461: Hvalba.
Each with their latest work:
Edward Fuglø: The Faroese Hare - stamp FO 519 of 2005.
Martin Mörck: Everyday life in the Viking Age - stamp FO 515 of 2005.
For further artists on stamps, see: Category:Faroese stamps by artist