The first stamps to feature Changbaishan were issued by the
puppet state of Manchuria
These were part of the so-called "China Issue"
since they were designed to cover the postal charges to adjacent
They were, however, valid for intra-Manchurian postage.
The two stamps illustrated below were printed in litho by
the Manchukuo Central Bank and issued 1/1/35
Next stamp is in litho by Manchukuo Central Bank issued March
The stamp illustrated below was issued (March, 1936).
Recess printed by the Manchukuo Government Supplies Division
Next two stamps in recess by Manchukuo Government Supplies
issued respectively December 4th 1936 and April 22nd 1937.
Images below show two color variants of the 13 fen issued
on 28th April, 1937 by Government Supplies Division.
Next stamps overprinted 5 fen in 1937, note spacing difference
The next trio consists of the 13f overprint with 6 ½
mm spacing between vertical characters on the left, printed in recess,
next to it, with 4½mm spacing in litho.. Below
is stamp printed in litho with 6 ½ mm spacing.
Image below shows the 5 fen black issued in 1944 in litho
by Government Printing Bureau,
next to it is an imperforate stamp listed as "of doubtful
status" by Gibbons.
Below are three styles of "MLO" overprinted stamps
Below is stamp overprinted for Lung Chen Tsun
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