China Filatelie, vol. 43, whole nr. 164, April 2011
25 From the editor, from the board
from Peking discusses the postcard shown on the front of the magazine,
featuring stamps and cancels from 8 different postal authorities in
27-33 Correspondence transported with the Transsiberian
Railway is the second part of a major article discussing the history of
33 A Plateflaw in the 1950 PRC issue is shown, any more information?
34-35 Twin issues of
35-36 The Pagoda discusses this typical Chinese tower, which is shown on several stamps.
37-39 Platenumbers in Junk issues discusses the known information on plate numbers in
these issues, different for
40-42 Postal information labels, 7th and (for now) last installment of the series, English version of this article to be found at http://www.chinafilatelie.nl/a-lchan.html
42-43 Japanese occupation of
44-45 A intriguing discovery tells about the finding of a 0,50 Euro cover sold for $1600 due to the rare Shanhaikwan cancel on the cover.
45-46 Commemorative sheet for Star Lake Co., producer of food additives.
46-47 New issues PRC post
47 New issues
47-48 Souvenir sheets with ‘personal stamps’ for different occasions are shown.
More information on this publication from the editor: