In the early 1960s, especially during the “Cultural Revolution”, millions of urban junior and high school students responded to Mao Zedong’s call to go to the countryside and go to rural areas in China, especially in remote provinces such as Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia, Yunnan, and Xinjiang. Area. These young people played an important role in the production and construction of rural and populous border areas, and had a positive impact on rural science and culture education. In 1977, the policy of young people going to the countryside to go to the countryside was stopped. Most of them returned to the original city except those who had become local backbones or established families.
|RELEASE DATE||October 1, 1969||PPINTING PROCESS||Shadow|
|SIZE||40mm×30mm||NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES||50(5×10)|
|Perforation||P11×11.5||SET NUMBER OF PIECES||4|
|CURRENT PRICE||About $120|
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Due to historical reasons, the Cultural Revolution stamps have fewer worlds, resulting in high value and high collection value.
|(1)||￥0.08||Studying Chairman Mao's work together with the poor middle peasants||50 million pieces|
|(2)||￥0.04||Marching into production||50 million pieces|
|(3)||￥0.08||Learn from the old farmers to conduct scientific experiments||50 million pieces|
|(4)||￥0.10||Barefoot doctor||50 million pieces|