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The tiny island of Lundy (south west of Great Britain) issued labels (for postal usage?), most of them have seabirds in the design and the word 'puffin'. Most of these 'stamps' were issued solely for stamp collectors.
(Postcard with Lundy 'stamps')
I've also seen some large sized stamps with the design of King George (frame similar to the 1922 stamps of St. Helena. These are supposed to be airmail stamps, the center has several designs of airplanes in it. I have seen the values: 2 p, 4 p, 8 p, 1 Sh 3 p, and 2 Sh 6 p.
Literature: 'The Postal History of Lundy' by F.W. Gade.