.

Lemmy Featured On Limited-Edition Postage Stamps

05/16/2016
.
Motorhead

(hennemusic) The German postal service is honoring late Motorhead singer and bass player Lemmy Kilmister with the release of a new series of limited-edition postage stamps.

"The German official post office Deutsche Post together with Bild are honoring our beloved late Lemmy Kilmister with an official set of German postage stamps for standard size letters," says Motorhead.

"One stamp package contains 10 stamps, five Lemmy motifs altogether and everyone can compile the stamps the way they like. These stamps are limited to 7777 - Lemmy's lucky seven - and will be available for four weeks only, between May 17 and June 17."

The collection of 10 stamps is a collaboration between Deutsche Post and Germany's Bild newspaper. Read more here.

hennemusic is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright hennemusic - Excerpted here with permission.

Motorhead Music, DVDs, Books and more

Motorhead T-shirts and Posters

More Motorhead News

Share this article

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Motorhead Classic Receives Unusual Honor

Ozzy Osbourne Makes Sad Lemmy Revelation

Motorhead Stars Reuniting For Lemmy Tribute Shows

Motorhead Cofounder 'Fast' Eddie Clarke Dead At 67

Motorhead Stream Their Version Of Metallica's Whiplash

Lemmy Kilmister Inspires Name For Prehistoric Crocodile

Motorhead Release Video For Cover Of David Bowie's 'Heroes'

Motorhead Release Video Of Sex Pistols Cover

Foo Fighters Wanted Motorhead Meets Sgt Pepper For New Album

Lemmy Kilmister's Long Awaited Solo Album Close To Release


advertisement




Day In Rock Reports


Follow Us: Facebook Twitter Feeds

Contact Us - Privacy - antiMusic Email - Why we are antiMusic

Copyright© 1998 - 2019 Iconoclast Entertainment Group All rights reserved.

Please click here for legal restrictions and terms of use applicable to this site. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.