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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Asian stamp ID - China

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26 Jan 2018
10:13:45pm
What country is this from? It's dated 1949.Image Not Found

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26 Jan 2018
10:42:17pm
re: Asian stamp ID - China

Looks like it is associated with the Ist National Postal Conference (China)

https://www.xabusiness.com/china-stamps-1950/c7.htm


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26 Jan 2018
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re: Asian stamp ID - China

Thank you so much!

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26 Jan 2018
11:19:38pm
re: Asian stamp ID - China

I use a 1960 WW Scott so it might be printed in one of the newer catalogues. I've noticed a number of stamps issued but not listed in the old catalogue but added in updated ones.

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27 Jan 2018
12:46:47am
re: Asian stamp ID - China

It is from the Northeast Liberation Area under the People's Republic of China.

I can't tell from the image whether it is an original or reprint, but it is Scott #1L162. the stamp was issued without gum. Rough perforations are normal for the stamp.

Look at the horizontal bar between the two leftmost characters at the upper left of the stamp. It is an original if there are 3 lines below the horizontal bar. It is a reprint if there are 4 lines.

2017 Scott Catalog value for unused: Original = $45.00; Reprint = $2.50

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01:36:07am
re: Asian stamp ID - China

There are three lines below the horizontal bar.

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27 Jan 2018
10:45:25am
re: Asian stamp ID - China

I don't speak/read Chinese, so I don't know what the stamp is about;

however, I do find it interesting that it reminded me of the U.S. commemorative issue #947 which has a very similar image content -



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China - trucks, trains, boats, planes

USA - horse, trains, boats, planes


Both appear to be about transportation - the US stamp of course about forms of
mail delivery through the years.

Anyone know what the China stamp is honoring/commemorating?
And is the central image on the China stamp possibly a mailbox?


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27 Jan 2018
10:58:30am
re: Asian stamp ID - China

The first reply to the original post answers your question.

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27 Jan 2018
11:01:44am
re: Asian stamp ID - China

Thanks, Michael - I overlooked that!

So it would appear that it IS a mailbox from China.

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