Featured Chinese Stamps with Errors
Our stock of Chinese stamps includes some that have mistakes in them. Below is a sample of our stock. Price includes shipping and handling. We accept Paypal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Bronzes of Western Zhou Dynasty
This set of eight stamps was issued on Christmas Day in 1982. It used the Jin language for the China People's Post characters. But there were mistakes in the Jin characters used.
Skull of Peking Man
Issue in 1989, this pre-stamped envelope commemorates the 60th anniversary of the discovery of the skull of a Peking Man. The back of the envelope is more interesting. It first declared this discovery as supporting Maxism etc. Then it apparently had a mistake toward the end: "The stamp on the envelope. The stamp on th envelope features ...".
Monkey King (Journey to the West)
The 1979 Monkey King set has eight stamps. The mistake is with No. 2, 3, and 4, in which Monkey King wears tiger-skin clothes. The problem is that according to the book, Monkey King got this clothe much later in the story.
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