China Filatelie, vol. 44, whole nr. 176, December 2014
73-74 From the editor, from the board
74 Souvenir sheets using PRC ‘personal stamps’ celebrating the art in Lingnan (others from the same set shown elsewhere in this issue)
75-83 The Lincheng abduction and the Pao Tzu Ku Bandit Post gives a detailed description of the events of 1923 that gave birth to the remarkable Bandit Post. Also the different versions of the two stamps emitted are shown, as well as some of the few letters using these stamps.
83 Souvenir sheets using PRC ‘personal stamps’ celebrating the art in Lingnan
84-86 PRC postal stationary is discussed, starting with the postcards emitted from 1951 onwards. Over the past decades special cards for the new year and also for different special occasions were emitted.
87-89 Postage due in the PRC gives an overview of the practice of the Chinese Post in dealing with insufficiently franked letters. Some examples are shown.
89 Souvenir sheets using PRC ‘personal stamps’ celebrating the art in Lingnan
90 Remarkable postal marking “By surface route due to deficient Postage” from Taiwan is shown, used on a letter with Air Mail sticker, but only franked for surface mail.
91-93 New issues PRC post, including planned emissions for 2015
94-96 New issues Taiwan (ROC)
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