Spice Girls Stamp Set Released For Band’s 30th Anniversary

Hannah McLaren © Spice Girls stamp set features on-stage shot of a performance in Dublin, 1998.

Royal Mail has just released a Spice Girls stamp set to celebrate 30 years of the popular 90s girl band.

If you wanna be my lover… you gotta get with my Spice Girls stamp collection. This brand new special edition set consists of 10 stamps, each featuring a standout on-stage moment from across three decades of spicing up our lives!

The series will be available to buy from Royal Mail on January 11 and is currently ready for pre-order.

Before Swiftmania there was Spicemania, an era that’s now captured in full colour and first class stamp dimensions. Snapshots include various performances, from the BRIT Awards throughout the 90s to the London 2012 Olympics.

Among stamps featuring the group as a whole, each band member has been given their own stamp with a throwback photo.


Image: Spice Girls Stamp Set in full and in order as per detailed in the running copy.


The collection is as follows:

  • Spice Girls performing at the BRIT Awards, 1997
  • Melanie Chisholm (Mel C/Sporty Spice) performing at the BRIT Awards, London, 1998
  • Spice Girls performing during the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games
  • Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) performing at the BRIT Awards, London, 1997
  • Spice Girls performing in San Jose, California, 2007
  • Emma Bunton (Baby Spice) performing at Wembley, London, 1998
  • Spice Girls performing in Istanbul, 1997
  • Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) performing during The Return of the Spice Girls Tour at Madison Square Garden, New York City, 2008
  • Spice Girls performing in Dublin, 1998
  • Melanie Brown (Mel B/ Scary Spice) performing at the BRIT Awards, London, 1997



Many other special edition stamp collections have been released by Royal Mail over the years. This Spice Girls stamp set now sits alongside other popular stamps created for the Harry Potter movie franchise, the band Iron Maiden, Paddington Bear and so many more!




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Hannah McLaren

I've worked at DC Thomson for six years! I began as an intern at My Weekly and The Scots Magazine, which was extended by a few months to help out at The People's Friend. I then covered maternity as Celebrity Editor for My Weekly, before I became Multimedia Journalist at The Scots Magazine. Currently I'm writing digital content across each title.