Recognised by its members as the High IQ Society, the Mensa Society was founded in 1946 by barrister, Roland Berrill, and scientist and lawyer, Dr. Lance Ware.
Created with the purpose of forming a societal structure based on non-political and non-religious foundations, only the smartest individuals can gain access to this exclusive group, open to those who score at the 98th percentile or higher. Members of Mensa Society encourage research into external subjects such as nature, and the uses of intelligence, but a common tenet of their practice is their love for puzzles and IQ Tests.
A series of these typical brainteasers are depicted in gold metallic ink in this unique stamp set, consisting of 6 superb stamps. Issued in the Isle of Man, these stamps are presented on a striking black mount on a glossy four-page folder showcasing your stamps superbly.
This set is accompanied by an insightful book, which also provides the solutions to the puzzles.