Collection name: rare mail 1949 collection category: Stamp
Collection price: RMB bargaining price
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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of New China, the China Stamp Museum recently released the first chronological stamp collection reflecting the history of the birth of New China - "Zhenyan 1949". This treasure stamp, which witnesses the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, has attracted great attention of many philatelic enthusiasts throughout the country. Taking the process of revolutionary victory in 1949 as the clue, Zhenyou 1949 selected cultural relics stamps reflecting major historical events before and after the founding of the People's Republic of China, including the triumphant end of the three major campaigns in January 1949, the stationing of the leadership of the Central Committee of the Communist Party in Beiping in March, the passing of a million male divisions in April, and the founding of New China in October. There are nearly 30 kinds of stamps, totaling 242, vividly depicting the madness of 1949. The surging and magnificent history of revolutionary victory is the largest collection and summary of precious stamps issued in 1949 by collectors.
Most of the hundreds of stamps of "treasure mail 1949", "Mao Zedong and Zhu De March", are not in the country.
Collected. The whole edition of "Mao Zedong and Zhu De Grand March" stamps is also very legendary. It is understood that at the beginning of the founding of New China, in the camp of socialist countries, China and the Soviet Union and Eastern European socialist countries often had mutual cultural exchanges. Many stamps were exchanged as gifts. The whole edition of "Mao Zedong, Jude-Da Jin" stamps was one of the stamps exchanged to Hungary in Eastern Europe at that time. Maoer stamps, postal maps, stamps and so on were exchanged abroad. In the early 90s, the Soviet Union collapsed and Eastern Europe changed drastic. These stamps flow to the public. In the mid-1990s, by chance, Chinese postmen discovered that hundreds of stamps of Mao Zedong and Zhu De marched back home successfully. It can be said that in recent decades, the whole set of stamps has remained in the stamp banks of Eastern European countries, even in the hands of some major postmen. Therefore, this full page stamp is very rare, and there are few people who collect and understand it. It's rare that "rare mail 1949" can collect so many whole pages of rare mail.