Ireland manager Joe Schmidt and star fly-half Johnny Sexton feature on a new stamp ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
The two men launched the new stamps at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon with just a few week's left until the flagship event next month.
Sexton said it was a great honour to feature on a national stamp.
"Although it is a proud personal moment, it is the hard work and dedication of this Ireland squad that has achieved so much together over the past few years that sees Irish Rugby’s success recognised by An Post,” he said.
Schmidt said: “When I first arrived in Ireland in the early 1990s to work as a school teacher and play with Mullingar RFC, I never imagined the impact Ireland would have on my life and that of my family."
"I have been lucky to work with so many talented people and have experienced some incredible days with both Leinster and the Ireland squad.
"Since coming to Ireland we have been treated with kindness and generosity by so many people and today is a great honour for me and my family."
The €1 stamps are available at main post offices, the GPO and online at irishstamps.ie.
The image of Sexton in typical all-action pose, was captured by Inpho photographer Dan Sheridan, while the picture of Schmidt was taken by Sportsfile photographer Ramsey Cardy.
Ireland take on Wales in Cardiff this weekend in their penultimate game before the World Cup.
Wales will return to Dublin the following week before the team heads for Japan to prepare for the opening game of the World Cup against Scotland in Yokohama.