People's Republic of China

C6 – Commemorating 1st Anniversary of Founding of the People’s Republic of China

The establishment of the People’s Republic of China declared the end of China’s semi-colonial and semi-feudal society, marking the beginning of a period in which Chinese society began to move from new democracy to socialism. In order to show the brilliant achievements of the founding of New China in the past year, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications issued this set of commemorative stamps. A reprint was issued on January 10, 1955. A full set of 5 pieces, the same pattern, are all five-star red flags fluttering in the wind, this new China’s national flag represents the youthful vigor, tenacious vitality and unlimited hope of the young Republic. The national flag is an important symbol and the symbol of a country. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the national flag was collected from the country, and the number of manuscripts reached 1920. Finally, the five-star red flag designed by Zeng Liansong, who works with a progressive economic news agency in Shanghai, was the national flag of the People’s Republic of China. It is based on red and symbolizes the revolution; it is a five-pointed star symbolizing the great unity of the revolutionary people under the leadership of the Communist Party. This is the five-star red flag. At the closing ceremony of the first plenary session of the CPPCC on September 30, 1949, it was hung on the rostrum for the first time. At the founding ceremony of the next day, Chairman Mao Zedong pressed the electric button and raised it personally. This five-star red flag. So far, it has been flying high for a whole year in the vast Tiananmen Square, and it is the main picture of the stamp of the Republic’s birthday, which has its own unique, huge and far-reaching significance.

Basic information

RELEASE DATEOctober 1, 1950PPINTING PROCESSGlue engraving
SIZE(37)(38)(40)(41)26.5mm×32mm
(39)38mm×45mm
NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES(37)(38)(40)(41)50(10×5)
(39)20(5×4)
PerforationP14SET NUMBER OF PIECES5
CURRENT PRICEAbout $280

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This set of stamps has five stamps of different sizes. The logos are the national flags of the People’s Republic of China. In the center of the stamps, they are the symbol of the revolution. They have chosen one big and four small in the design of the ticket, which symbolizes the five-star red flag. The five stars also symbolize the unity of the people of all ethnic groups under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. There is also a clever design. A number “1” is attached to the flagpole, which symbolizes the 1st anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. At the same time, the five stamps have different face values. The five colors of green, purple, red, yellow and blue are used to distinguish the difference in face value. Due to the small amount of circulation and the long time, the current preservation is relatively small, and the price is rare, and the price is not low. At the same time, as a memorial to the People’s Republic of China, the significance is extraordinary.

More information

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(37)¥100National flag of the country1 million pieces
(38)¥400National flag of the country1.2 million pieces
(39)¥800National flag of the country2.5 million pieces
(40)¥1000National flag of the country500,000 pieces
(41)¥2000National flag of the country500,000 pieces

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Republished January 10, 1955.

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(37r)¥100National flag of the countryUnknown
(38r)¥400National flag of the countryUnknown
(39r)¥800National flag of the countryUnknown
(40r)¥1000National flag of the countryUnknown
(41r)¥2000National flag of the countryUnknown

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On October 1, 1950, the Northeast Paste (Northeast Coin) was issued.

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(42)¥1000National flag of the country250,000 pieces
(43)¥2500National flag of the country250,000 pieces
(44)¥5000National flag of the country800,000 pieces
(45)¥10000National flag of the country250,000 pieces
(46)¥20000National flag of the country250,000 pieces

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

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(42r)¥1000National flag of the countryUnknown
(43r)¥2500National flag of the countryUnknown
(44r)¥5000National flag of the countryUnknown
(45r)¥10000National flag of the countryUnknown
(46r)¥20000National flag of the countryUnknown

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The original and reprint are distinguished mainly by the lantern’s floral insinuate.
Original VS Reprint
Vincent
the authorVincent
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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