People's Republic of China

W14 – Great Changjiang River Bridge at Nanjing

Before 1949, there was no bridge on the Yangtze River. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, three large-scale railways and highway bridges were built on the Yangtze River. Following the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge and the Chongqing Baishayu Yangtze River Bridge, the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge was built.

Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge is located in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province. It is a double-layer steel frame bridge designed, constructed and installed by China. The length of the railway bridge is 6772 meters, the length of the highway bridge is 4589 meters, the width of the roadway is 15 meters, and the sidewalks are 2.25 meters wide. The construction started in January 1960. In October 1968, the railway bridge was officially opened to traffic; December 29 On the day, the highway bridge was officially opened to traffic. Its completion will connect the Jinpu and Shanghai-Nanjing railways, and it can directly reach Shanghai from Beijing, further strengthening the transportation links between China and the north, which is of great significance to China’s economic development.

Basic information

RELEASE DATEMay1, 1969PPINTING PROCESS(1)(2)Shadow
(3)(4)Offset
SIZE(1)(2)52mm×31mm
(3)(4)42mm×25mm
NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES(1)(2)50(5×10)
(3)100(10×10)
(4)100(10×13)
Perforation(1)(2)P11.5
(3)(4)P11.5×11
SET NUMBER OF PIECES4
CURRENT PRICEAbout $90

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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)¥0.08Railway bridge10 million pieces
(2)¥0.08Highway bridge10 million pieces
(3)¥0.10Panoramic8 million pieces
(4)¥0.04Cheering bridge victory built8 million pieces

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