China 1935 $1 black on grey blue booklet, SGSB8
China 1935 $1 black on blue grey booklet with map design on back cover, containing Yat-sen and Martyr issues, SGSB8.
Overall fine mint condition despite some toning and still above average for this rare stamp booklet.
Sun Yat-sen was a Chinese revolutionary and politician who played a crucial role in overthrowing the Qing dynasty leading to the founding of the Republic of China. He is known as the "Father of the Nation" in China. The martyrs featured on the stamps depict heroes who died fighting for the revolution.
The booklet was issued during a time of political instability and economic hardship. The high denomination of the stamps reflects the value of the currency at the time.
Stanley Gibbons catalogue value: £4,750.
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