People's Republic of China

W16 – Piano Music “the Red Lantern” with Beijing Opera Singing

“The Red Lantern” is a modern Peking Opera is depicting the CCP’s underground party’s courageous struggle with the Japanese aggressors to transmit a secret code for protection and security. This is a drama that has been widely spread during the “Cultural Revolution”. It had a great influence in the literary and artistic circles at the time. In 1968, the Chinese Peking Opera Troupe and the Central Orchestra adapted and created the piano singer “The Red Lantern”, which was first staged in Beijing in June and July.

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Basic information

RELEASE DATEAugust 1, 1969PPINTING PROCESSShadow
SIZE40mm×30mmNUMBER OF PAGE PIECES50(5×10)
PerforationP11×11.5SET NUMBER OF PIECES2
CURRENT PRICEAbout $110

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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)¥0.08Li Yuhe50 million pieces
(2)¥0.08Li Tiemei50 million pieces

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