Spice Girls
Victoria Beckham, Mel C, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Mel B from The Spice Girls (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Celebrate 30 years of Girl Power with the latest royal seal of approval—the Spice Girls postage stamps! These vibrant stamps, totaling 15 in number, are the ultimate homage to the iconic pop sensation. The U.K.’s Royal Mail is set to release these stamps later this month, commemorating the Spice Girls’ monumental Anniversary.

These stamps aren’t just a collector’s item; they’re a part of a more extensive collection, including posters, postcards, and collectibles, all available starting January 11th. The most coveted among them is the “Spice Girls Gold Stamps Set,” limited to 1,000 sets featuring 24-carat gold-layered stamps, priced at £149.99 ($190).

For those on a budget post-holiday season, a Spice Girls “First Day” envelope can be yours for 30p (38c).

This tribute to the “U.K.’s biggest-ever girl group” is a historic first for the Royal Mail, dedicated solely to a female pop group. The stamps showcase iconic moments like Ginger Spice’s Union Jack dress at the Brit Awards ’97 and their electrifying performance at the London 2012 Olympics’ closing ceremony.

The collection also includes stamps capturing snapshots from the 1998 film Spice World, featuring the quintessential lineup: Baby (Emma Bunton), Posh (Victoria Beckham), Ginger (Geri Halliwell-Horner), Sporty (Melanie Chisholm), and Scary Spice (Melanie Brown), as they stormed the music scene in 1994.

From their debut hit “Wannabe,” which topped charts worldwide, to reaching one billion streams on Spotify, the Spice Girls have made an indelible mark on pop culture. Although they reunited in 2022 for Geri’s birthday, fans await news of further collaborations or tours from this iconic group.

Joining an elite list of musical legends honored by the Royal Mail, including The Beatles, Queen, and The Rolling Stones, these Spice Girls stamps are a must-have for music enthusiasts and collectors alike. Discover the Spice Girls Stamps here.