Bermuda is a group of approximately 150 small islands, of which only 20 are inhabited, that is about 580 miles southeast of Cape Hateras.
The islands were first settled in 1609 after Sir George Somers was shipwrecked on his way to Virginia. They have remained a British colony
Image Count: 47. Bermuda has 61 stamps with a kings portrait
on them, KGV-36 and KGVI-25. (Scott catalog used)