#M3350 – Hong Kong, 25v

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Hong Kong Stamps
Stamps from British Hong Kong will never be issued again.  Even before the flag of Great Britain was lowered and replaced with that of the People’s Republic of China on July 1, 1997, the two countries had made arrangements to change the territory’s postal administration to ensure a smooth transition.  Among China’s first order of business: to remove the likeness of the Queen and any symbols of royalty from Hong Kong’s stamps.  So the designs in this affordable, collection-building selection are sure to become even more desirable over time.

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Stamps from British Hong Kong will never be issued again.  Even before the flag of Great Britain was lowered and replaced with that of the People’s Republic of China on July 1, 1997, the two countries had made arrangements to change the territory’s postal administration to ensure a smooth transition.  Among China’s first order of business: to remove the likeness of the Queen and any symbols of royalty from Hong Kong’s stamps.  So the designs in this affordable, collection-building selection are sure to become even more desirable over time.