People's Republic of China

C7 – Commemorating 1st National Postal Conference

The People’s Post of China was born during the Revolutionary War. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of the People’s Since then, the Chinese people’s postal service has entered a new stage of development. From December 10 to 28, 1949, the first national postal conference was held in Beijing. The meeting further clarified the general guidelines for the work of the People’s Post of China, and the postal institutions, postal tariffs, various rules and regulations and related businesses were further improved and unified. The first national postal conference laid the foundation for the development of the People’s Post and made a lot of preparations for communicating the connections and understanding between the people and communicating the peace and friendship between the countries. Therefore, in order to commemorate the event, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications issued the set of stamps. The two pictures and the same pattern are all based on the Chinese map of the dense postal network cable. They are set off by bicycles, cars, trains, ships, airplanes and other communication tools. They depict the image of a large postbox and represent the first national postal conference. The subject of communication. On January 10, 1955, a reprint was issued.

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Basic information

RELEASE DATENovember 1, 1950PPINTING PROCESSOffset
SIZE29mm×29mmNUMBER OF PAGE PIECES50(10×5)
PerforationOriginal : P14
Reprint : P12.5
SET NUMBER OF PIECES2
CURRENT PRICEAbout $75

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The first National Postal Conference commemorated the development of China’s communications industry and transportation industry by means of post boxes, vehicles and maps. It witnessed the history of China from its inception to prosperity today. Compared to the reprint, the original version The collection price will be higher

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(47)¥400Postbox, transportation and map1.05 million pieces
(48)¥800Postbox, transportation and map2.375 million pieces

(47)

(48)

Republished January 10, 1955.

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(47r)¥400Postbox, transportation and mapUnknown
(48r)¥800Postbox, transportation and mapUnknown

(47r)

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(48r)

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

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(49)¥2500Postbox, transportation and map425,000 pieces
(50)¥5000Postbox, transportation and map875,000 pieces

(49)

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(50)

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

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(49r)¥2500Postbox, transportation and mapUnknown
(50r)¥5000Postbox, transportation and mapUnknown

(49r)

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(50r)

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