The $5.00 stamp featured the Yellow Tiger Flag of Democratic Taiwan and $25.00 stamp featured the portrait of Jheng Cheng-gong with part of the map of Taiwan dating from the Emperor Kangsi’s reign during the Cing Dynasty used as the background. The souvenir sheet includes one each of the above-mentioned stamps. The background of the sheet, in addition to the map of
, also features a picture of the museum building on the upper left corner and the museum’s centenary logo on the upper right corner.
Taiwan post had issued a new set of postage stamps to commemorate her new president inauguration on 20-may-2008. This set has some different. Since last year the nation name was become to Taiwan. Now, R.O.C is back, but it adds Taiwan behind the R.O.C. So, this is the first set that was named in Republic of China(Taiwan) stamps.
This cover was sent from Iran with registered. Thanks, Hamzeh. The postage was printed on the envelope. I cann't understand why the date is 11-2-57, but in the back, it had another postmark and the date was 08-05-04, I think this is the date of sent. I have a question. Can any one tell me the basic airmail postage from Iran to worldwild.