|Stamp Name||Special 1 Austerity Movement for Reconstruction Issue (1941)|
|Stamp Cat Standard||Special Stamps|
|Stamp Cat||Navigation, Railway, Economy|
|Dimension of stamps(mm.)||Stamps 42×22.5 Souvenir sheets 156×167|
|Size of souvenir Sheet (mm.)|
|Printer||Chung Hwa Book Co.,Hongkong|
|Back||Souvenir sheets gumless|
|Perforation||郵票12 1/2 Souvenir sheets imperforate|
In 1938 the Emergency National Convention of Kuomintang Party adopted a set of resolutions for national reconstruction during wartime, of which the four important ones respection the economic reconstruction were as follows：
(1) To put into practice a well planned economy, to encourage investments by the people overseas and in the country, and to expand wartime production;
(2) To cultivate waste lands and to improve the waterways;
(3)To open mines and to build up an industrial foundation;
(4)To improve the communication system, to organize joint land, water, and air transport, to build more railways, and open additional new air lines, etc.
In 1941 the Sino-Japanese War turned in China's favor strengthening the people's confidence in our final victory. To implement the above-mentioned resolutions of national reconstruction, the Postal Administration adopted a design for a large-size stamp showing prosperous farms, good communications, rich mines, and productive factories.
On the same day the souvenir sheet (156 mm. × 167 mm.) consisting of the six denominations, was issued, which was the first souvenir sheet issued in this country.