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Its not a postage stamp and the underlining stamp is not a postage stamp.So its somekind of China revenue stamp with someone having fun and games with a rubber stamp kit .
So definitely not as Paul stated above " someone having fun and games with a rubber stamp kit ".
I thought I would copy it this time so that when he deletes yet another post of his misinformation, we can still see what he said.
Dio. Please do not put all into the same dish as you would with Paul. As you can see his post was corrected by more than one other poster. That sir is just plain rude! BTW., I was taught in high school history class about the swastika and it's use in different cultures from around the world.
Although WE all don't speak Mandarin, there is a concentrated effort in our Elementary schools to teach the language if the child is willing. My granddaughter (9 years old) not only speaks fluent Spanish, she is currently learning Mandarin. English is her first language. She is also fluent in American Sign Language (ASL).
"THE OVERPRINT WAS AN AUTHORISED ONE" can we see the reference to your statement and then you can convince me ,that your correct ..................reference --means a define source and not some stamp dealer listing of something he wants to sell.
Thanks ------poster X. I didn't catch that ,but there is no such group as '"WORLD RED CROSS ORGANIZATION" it must be in someones imagination.-------your right it is the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Im waiting and so is everybody else for somekind of proof that Im wrong on this .
This stamp is listed in the Handbook and Checklist of Chinese Revenue Stamps Part 6 by J. G. Wetterling (1999). The basic stamp is a 1920-1930 Chekiang Province General Revenue. He stated that it was overprinted in blue for use by the Red Cross.
LIKE I SAID ---it is a private overprint and not and not approved . FUN AND GAMES with a stamping kit .
KDT 98 ---------let me nice about this and act civil , I don't know were you came up with the statement about J.G.Wetterling handbook part 6 having anything about the swastika overprint but ,I just checked into it and your little lie was accepted by the readers here ,but its not there ............maybe you would like to post a scan of the page .........but you didn't fool everybody .
post the page ---here ------the APRL told me its not there ,in a e-mail today ............post the page ........I want to see what is said about a authorised overprint .........give me a week and I will have the handbook myself if you don't scan it .......