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Def 021 2nd Peking Print Surcharged Junk Issue (1925)

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Stamp SN A021
Stamp Name Def 021 2nd Peking Print Surcharged Junk Issue (1925)
Stamp Cat Standard Definitive Stamps
Stamp Cat Agriculture, Navigation
Issue date 1925-01-01
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Sheet composition 10×5
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Stamp No.    Surcharged value    Issue date
D21.1 1¢ 1935
D21.2 1¢ 3. 1930
D21.3 1¢ 1932
D21.4 1¢ 1933
D21.5 3¢ 1925
D21.6 5¢ 1936
D21.7 5¢ 1936
  Prior to the raising of the ordinary letter postage from 3¢ to 4¢ effective from November 1, 1922, a big quantity of 4¢ stamps were specially printed beforehand to meet the public requirements. With the reversion of the postage to the old rate from January 1, 1923, the 4¢ stamps were kept unused. As the 3¢ stamp stock gradually ran short, the 4¢ stamps were surcharged as 3¢.

  The surcharge on Junk stamps invariably was made in No. 5 Sung characters and Arabic figures by the Printing Bureau of the Ministry of Finance, Peking by metal plates either in red or black characters.