The Dodo is based on Lewis Carroll
In the book, Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll alludes to the 1862 boating trip that inspired the story by putting those present (Alice, her sisters, and Carroll’s colleague) in the story as birds. Carroll was the Dodo, named after his real name, Charles Dodgson. As one story goes, the author had a tendency to stammer, introducing himself as “Do-do-dogson.” His sometimes debilitating stutter prevented him from becoming a priest, leading him to mathematics and writing instead.
Wonderland – Mauritius – The Dodo – Pairs of stamps
Each stamps has a value of 10 Winks
Wonderland – Mauritius – The Dodo – Blocks of 4 stamps
Stamps of two different values: 10 Winks and Twenty Winks