People's Republic of China

C8 – Commemorating Signing of Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance

The Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance was signed in the Kremlin on February 14, 1950. Zhou Enlai and Vysinsky signed the two countries respectively. The signing of the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance is to consolidate the friendly relations between the Chinese and Soviet peoples, safeguard the security of China and the Soviet Union, promote the economic development of the two countries, safeguard the cause of peace in the Far East and the world, and jointly oppose the empire. The struggle of doctrine has played an important and positive role. To this end, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications issued this set of commemorative stamps. And reprinted on January 10, 1955. The three pictures, the same pattern, were designed using a painting created by the famous Chinese painter Wang Shilang (1911~1973). On the screen, in the context of the Sino-Soviet map and Beijing Tiananmen Square and the Moscow Kremlin, the scene depict Mao Zedong and Stalin’s handshaking, expressing the closest unity and cooperation of the two parties and the two leaders leading themselves. The will and determination of the people of the country to move forward with courage.

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Basic information

RELEASE DATEDecember 1, 1950PPINTING PROCESSEngraving
SIZE50.5mm×28mmNUMBER OF PAGE PIECES50(5×10)
PerforationP14SET NUMBER OF PIECES3
CURRENT PRICEAbout $80

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Collection suggestion

At present, the collection price of commemorative stamps signed by the Sino-Soviet Friendship Alliance Mutual Assistance Treaty is between 600-800 yuan, and the price of good-quality stamps is higher. Due to the long-term issue in the early days of China’s founding, the circulation is not high, plus long The loss of time, the current deposit is not high, and with the precipitation of time, the appreciation space for the signing of the Sino-Soviet friendship and mutual assistance treaty will be further expanded.

More information

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(51)¥400Sino-Soviet friendship1 million pieces
(52)¥800Sino-Soviet friendship2.5 million pieces
(53)¥2000Sino-Soviet friendship700,000 pieces

(51)

(52)

c8-53

(53)

Republished January 10, 1955.

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(51r)¥400Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown
(52r)¥800Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown
(53r)¥2000Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown

(51r)

(52r)

c8-53r

(53r)

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

c8-dt

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(54)¥2500Sino-Soviet friendship500,000 pieces
(55)¥5000Sino-Soviet friendship800,000 pieces
(56)¥20000Sino-Soviet friendship500,000 pieces

(54)

(55)

c8-56

(56)

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

c8-dt-r

NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(54r)¥2500Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown
(55r)¥5000Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown
(56r)¥20000Sino-Soviet friendshipUnknown

(54r)

(55r)

c8-56r

(56r)

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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