Sercquiais is the Norman dialect of the Channel Island of Sark, an island which forms part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey). Sarkese is a descendant of the 16th century Jèrriais used by the original colonists, 40 families mostly from Saint Ouen, Jersey. It has also been influenced over time by Guernésiais. Relatively little Sercquiais has been transcribed, and there is no widely accepted form. It is still spoken by older inhabitants of the island. It is also related to the Auregnais (Alderney) dialect, as well as Continental Norman. Poster sizes include limited edition A2 (10), A3 and as part of a postcard set of all five posters.