On November 29, 1967, Lin Biao first inscribed the inscription of Chairman Mao’s writing activist assembly for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy.
Lin Biao (1907 – 1971), also known as Yurong, Huanggang, Hubei. Joined the Communist Party of China in 1925. After graduating from the Whampoa Military Academy, he served as the platoon leader in the Ye Ting Independent Group. In 1927, he participated in the Nanchang Uprising. In 1928, the troops led by Zhu De and Chen Yi went to Jinggangshan. After 1930, he served as the commander of the Red Fourth Army and the head of the First Army Corps, and participated in the Long March. In 1937, he served as the president of the Red Army University (later known as the Anti-Japanese Military and Political University). During the War of Resistance Against Japan, he served as the commander of the 115th Division of the Eighth Route Army. During the War of Liberation, he served as commander of the Northeast People’s Liberation Army and commander of the Fourth Field Army. After the national liberation, he served as Chairman of the Central South Military and Political Committee, Secretary of the Central and Southern Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Standing Committee, Vice Chairman, Vice Premier of the State Council and Minister of National Defense, and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission.
|RELEASE DATE||December 26, 1967||PPINTING PROCESS||Shadow|
|SIZE||40mm×30mm||NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES||70(7×10)|
|Perforation||P11×11.5||SET NUMBER OF PIECES||1|
|CURRENT PRICE||About $30|
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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||Lin Biao’s first inscription for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy’s inscription on the Chairman’s Act||10 million pieces|