Definitive 91 Chungshan Building Stamps (1968)

Stamp SN A091
Stamp Name Definitive 91 Chungshan Building Stamps (1968)
Stamp Cat Standard Definitive Stamps
Stamp Cat Architecture
Issue date 1968-01-23
Suspersion date
Dimension of stamps(mm.)
Size of souvenir Sheet (mm.)
Printer China Engraving & Printing Works, R.O.C.
Drawer
Designer Wen Hsueh-ju
Photographer
Engraver Pao Liang-yu
Creative Director
Sheet composition 10×10<br>
Print color
Process Deep etch offset
Paper 76-lb〝郵〞(post) watermarked paper with red-blue fiber<br>
Back
Perforation 12 3/4 x 12

Description

Stamp No.     Issue date     Number issued
D91.1 11. 7.1968  10,000,000
20. 9.1969  12,000,000
 1. 7.1970  15,000,000
D91.2 11. 7.1968  7,000,000
 1.12.1969  10,000,000
D91.3 23. 1.1968 100,000,000
 1.12.1969 100,000,000
31. 8.1970  50,000,000
D91.4 23. 1.1968 150,000,000
   1.12.1969 119,000,000
D91.5 11. 7.1968   3,000,000
20. 9.1969  2,000,000
D91.6 11. 7.1968  10,000,000
   1.12.1969   3,000,000
D91.7 23. 1.1968  10,000,000
20. 3.1969  30,000,000
 1.12.1969  19,400,000
D91.8 11. 7.1968  10,000,000
20. 9.1969   2,400,000

    
  

  In order to meet service needs, a set of 〝Chungshan Building Stamps〞 of lower value was issued on separate occasions. The stamps uses the Chungshan Building on Yangmingshan as the central design. On November 12, 1966, President Chiang Kai-shek dedicated the newly completed Chinese Cultural Hall of the Chungshan Building at the 101th anniversary of the birth of Dr. Sun Yat-sen . Since September 1969, a new kind of whiter paper with fewer fibers was used for the printing of these stamps.

  To serve the public, a booklet consisting of the following stamps with a total value of NT$50 was prepared:
0.50, 12;  1.00, 24;  and 2.50, 8.
Attached with a postage rate list, 100,000 copies of the booklet were made and put on sale on December 10, 1969.