Tanera Mòr (Scottish Gaelic: Tannera Mòr) is
an inhabited island in Loch Broom in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
It is the largest of the Summer Islands and the only inhabited island
in that group. Tanera Mòr is notable for issuing its own
The four stamps, issued in 2008 by the Summer Isles
Post Office, are based on the design of Saki Satom. She used a map
found in the Coigach Community Hall in Achiltibuie, which carries the
Gaelic place names translated from the English in the mid-twentieth
century. The designs on the four stamps are: 15sg Acairseid
Driseach and the Lochs, 27sg Aird na Goine and the Post Office,
55sg Mol Mòr and the Lazy Beds, 1PS Tigh an
Quay and Garadheancal. When the four stamps are assembled they
display an artist's view of the island of Tanera Mòr.