People's Republic of China

C1 – Celebrating 1st Plenary Session of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

In order to celebrate the victory of the first plenary session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the General Post Office of North China issued this set of stamps under the name of “China People’s Post”, which is the first set of commemorative stamps issued after the founding of New China.

Because at the beginning of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the currency in circulation in the Northeast has not yet been accepted in RMB, so, another issue of the same northeast currency stamps. It was reprinted on January 10, 1955. A full set of 4 stamp pattern is the same, are the people in front of Tiananmen, warm celebration, Tian’anmen palace lamp hanging high, fluttering in the wind, the light on the face of the huge CPPCC emblem stand out, fully demonstrated the solemnity of the meeting, opened the brilliant prelude to the new China.

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Basic information

RELEASE DATEOctober 8, 1949PPINTING PROCESSOffset
SIZE21mm×29mmNUMBER OF PAGE PIECES100(10×10)
PerforationP12.5SET NUMBER OF PIECES4
CURRENT PRICEAbout $30

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The first plenary session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference carried out the functions and powers of the National People’s Congress before the first session of the People’s Congress. The meeting formulated relevant laws, stabilized the unstable political situation at the beginning of the founding of New China, and celebrated the Chinese people. The issuance of the first plenary session of the Political Consultative Conference witnessed the scene of the celebration of the whole country at the beginning of the founding of New China, which is very collectible.

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(1)¥30Beijing Tiananmen840,000 pieces
(2)¥50Beijing Tiananmen1.19 million pieces
(3)¥100Beijing Tiananmen1.49 million pieces
(4)¥200Beijing Tiananmen360,000 pieces

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(1)

c1-2

(2)

c1-3

(3)

c1-4

(4)

Republished January 10, 1955.
NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(1r)¥30Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(2r)¥50Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(3r)¥100Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(4r)¥200Beijing TiananmenUnknown

c1-1r

(1r)

c1-2r

(2r)

c1-3r

(3r)

c1-4r

(4r)

On October 12, 1949, the Northeast Paste (Northeast Coin) was issued.

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(5)¥1000Beijing Tiananmen240,000 pieces
(6)¥1500Beijing Tiananmen225,000 pieces
(7)¥3000Beijing Tiananmen175,000 pieces
(8)¥4500Beijing Tiananmen180,000 pieces

c1-5

(5)

c1-6

(6)

c1-7

(7)

c1-8

(8)

January 10, 1955, Reprint of Northeast Paste (Northeast Coin).

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(5r)¥1000Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(6r)¥1500Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(7r)¥3000Beijing TiananmenUnknown
(8r)¥4500Beijing TiananmenUnknown

c1-5r

(5r)

c1-6r

(6r)

c1-7r

(7r)

c1-8r

(8r)

The original and reprint are distinguished mainly by the lantern’s floral insinuate.

Original VS Reprint

Vincent
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Engaged in China stamp business for 5 years, the historical development of Chinese stamps, plate-making technology, authenticity identification and other rich experience, welcome to exchange and learn from each other.

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