China Filatelie, vol. 36, whole nr. 142, December 2004
25-26 From the editor, from the board
27-30 A southern railroad connection to
30 25 years ago, a short look back on the June - December 1979 issue of the Bulletin
31-32 Memories of the Chinese Post; the author, who lived in China in the first half of the last century, describes the service and efficiency of the Chinese post in the remote area where he was stationed in this article, reprinted from a 1941 magazine.
33 Postcards from the French Post in China, the author shows two
cards, one sent registered to Germany in 1906 with Paquebot cancel; the other (on the cover) a 4 ct. on 10 ct. card from
1919, showing a crossed out T . The explanation (as written on the back of the
card) is that the postage through the French Post to
35-36 A new railroad from
36 From the magazines on Chinese Philately some articles are described
37-38 New book on cancels of the Republic period by Rudolf Münch, published by the German study group is described and compared to other sources, like Chang. The use of the new book is complicated and cumbersome.
39 The “Billon 914” label looks like an airmail stamp, but is an advertisement for a medicine against Syphilis. Also shown is an envelope which advertises the same product.
40 Unidentified overprints from Munchuria on
41 A nice novelty from the Chinese post is a series of envelopes
containing 5 different kinds of Chinese earth. They were issued on
43-48 New issues PRC and
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