#M10381 – 2008 China YS 94v Mint

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Collect All of China’s 2008 Stamps
With One Time-Saving Order
China’s postage stamps chronicle its long history of powerful dynasties and current events.  Stamps honor the Beijing Opera, the 2008 Olympic Games and lots more.  One pair honors Cao Chong, a child genius who discovered a method for weighing elephants.  He marked the water level of the boat with the elephant and then filled the boat with weighable objects to calculate the elephant’s weight.

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