#M11897 – 29 different used Hong Kong stamps issued 1954-85

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- Used Single Stamp(s)
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Get 29 Different Hong Kong Stamps for Under $5!

Explore lots of British and Chinese history and culture with this special collector’s set of 29 different used Hong Kong stamps.  Hong Kong was a British colony from 1841 to 1997 (aside from the Japanese occupation of 1941 to 1945).  During that time, Britain produced China’s stamps, so many of them pictured British monarchs and events.  But they also featured Chinese history and culture – it’s interesting to see aspects of these two different cultures on stamps.

 

With this set, you’ll get Hong Kong stamps issued between 1954 and 1985 – that’s over 30 years of British, Chinese, and postal history – all for less than $5.  Stamps honor important British milestones, such as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip’s 25th wedding anniversary, plus Halley’s Comet and the Royal Observatory, as well as – China’s Dragon Boat Festival and the port of Hong Kong.  What fascinating history!  Add it to your collection now.

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Get 29 Different Hong Kong Stamps for Under $5!

Explore lots of British and Chinese history and culture with this special collector’s set of 29 different used Hong Kong stamps.  Hong Kong was a British colony from 1841 to 1997 (aside from the Japanese occupation of 1941 to 1945).  During that time, Britain produced China’s stamps, so many of them pictured British monarchs and events.  But they also featured Chinese history and culture – it’s interesting to see aspects of these two different cultures on stamps.

 

With this set, you’ll get Hong Kong stamps issued between 1954 and 1985 – that’s over 30 years of British, Chinese, and postal history – all for less than $5.  Stamps honor important British milestones, such as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip’s 25th wedding anniversary, plus Halley’s Comet and the Royal Observatory, as well as – China’s Dragon Boat Festival and the port of Hong Kong.  What fascinating history!  Add it to your collection now.