|Stamp Name||Definitive 113 Peony Painting of National Palace Museum Postage Stamps (Self─Adhesive Stamps)|
|Stamp Cat Standard||Definitive Stamps|
|Stamp Cat||Flowers, Calligraphy & Paintings|
|Dimension of stamps(mm.)||25x27.5|
|Size of souvenir Sheet (mm.)|
|Printer||Avery Dennison U.S.A.|
|Paper||Self-adhesive stamp paper<br>|
To make a breakthrough in the performance of Chinese stamps and to keep up with the world tendency to use self-adhesive stamps, this Directorate produced a set of two peony stamps in a self-adhesive format. The two stamps depict Chuang -yuan-hung and Han-kung-ch'un, drawn by Tsou I-kuei of the Ching Dynasty, and each has a denomination of 5.00.The designs for Chuang-yuan-hung and Han-kung-ch'un are selected from the： Mo-miao-chu-lin Album, a collection of Tsou I-kuei's paintings. A high-ranking government official of the Ching Dynasty, Tsou was good at painting flowers and landscapes. He was also knowledgeable about the theory of painting.