People's Republic of China

W12 – Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan (Oil Painting)

In 1921, after the first congress of the Communist Party of China, Mao Zedong returned to Hunan. In October 1921, he established the Hunan Branch of the Chinese Communist Party. Later, he established the Xiang District (including Jiangxi Anyuan) Committee, Mao Zedong as the secretary, and concurrently served as Chinese labor. Director of the Hunan Branch of the Joint Secretary. In 1921, Mao Zedong went to Anyuan to investigate the labor and living conditions of workers, inspire the consciousness of the workers, and sowed the seeds of the revolution. Anyuan Road Mine (Zhuping Railway and Anyuan Coal Mine) is a bureaucratic comprador enterprise under the control of German and Japanese imperialism. There are nearly 20,000 coal miners and railway workers, and they live a very tragic life. Mao Zedong After investigation, it is believed that there is an infinite revolutionary potential among the workers on Anyuan Road, and work should be carried out immediately.
The stamp picture uses the original painting of the oil painter Liu Chunhua, “Mao Chairman went to Anyuan.” The picture shows Mao Zedong in his youth walking on the rugged mountain road.

Basic information

RELEASE DATEAugust 1, 1968PPINTING PROCESSShadow
SIZE40mm×60mm
NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES50(5×10)
PerforationP11×11.5SET NUMBER OF PIECES1
CURRENT PRICEAbout $190

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Due to historical reasons, the Cultural Revolution stamps have fewer worlds, resulting in high value and high collection value.

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(1)¥0.08Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan (Oil Painting)50 million pieces

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