The Rolling Stones are being honoured on new British stamps, with a dedicated set featuring their performances worldwide as the legendary rock band marks their 60th anniversary this year.
The Royal Mail said it will issue a special set of 12 stamps “as a tribute to one of the most enduring rock groups of all time”.
The other four stamps are presented in a miniature sheet and feature two images of the band all together, and two of posters for their global tours. Watts died last year, aged 80.
“They have created some of modern music’s most iconic and inspirational albums, with ground-breaking live performances to match.”