Korean consular revenue stamps: documents from 1960s showing the “new won” series

The 1960s new won series of consular revenue stamps show up in several documents from that era. The first example here is from the Woopyo stamp magazine:

An example from the National Archive of Korea is available after “Read more”.

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Korean consular revenue stamps: IEF dollar series

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


IEF dollar values

High quality dollar values (two flowers in the design)

IEF10IEF11IEF15IEF16

Low quality dollar values (one flower in the design)

IEF20IEF22IEF23IEF24

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Korean consular revenue stamps: IEF won series

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


IEF won values

IEF01IEF02IEF03IEF05a
IEF05bIEF07aIEF08IEF08b

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Korean consular revenue stamps: dollar series (II)

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


Dollar value series (II)

CR70CR71CR72
CR73CR74CR75
CR76CR77CR78
CR79CR80CR81

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Korean consular revenue stamps: dollar series (I)

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


Dollar value series (I)

CR65CR67

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Korean consular revenue stamps: new won value series (II)

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


New won value series (II)

CR52CR57

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Korean consular revenue stamps: new won value series (I)

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


New won value series (I)

CR45 (with sheet edge)CR46

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Korean consular revenue stamps: the “new won” series (1963 – 197x?)

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/


The “new won” series (1963 – 197x?)

Size: 27mm x 30mm (stamp image: 22mm x 25mm)
Perforation: 12,5 x 12,5

CR30CR31CR32CR33
CR34CR35CR36CR37
CR38CR39CR40CR41

For graphics of other values, see Hasegawa / Barefoot. All b/w pictures are from NAK files.

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Korean consular revenue stamps: the hwan series of 1954 – 1962

This listing is an addendum to the article “Consular Revenue Stamps of the Republic of Korea” in The American Revenuer, Third Quarter 2017 (Vol. 70, No. 3). For the full article contact the American Revenue Association through their website: http://www.revenuer.org/ 


Hwan series (1954-1962)

Size: 27 mm x 30mm (stamp image: 22mm x 24mm)
Perforation: 12,5 x 12,5

CR1CR3CR8CR10
CR11CR12CR15CR16
CR17CR18CR19CR21
CR23CR24

For graphics of other values, see Hasegawa / Barefoot. All b/w pictures are from NAK files.

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Translation of “Seoul District Court document” (II)

This translation comes in two parts: the document (I) and the stamp on the document (II). The document is in the revenue stamp collection of Joe Ross.

Translation part II: revenue stamp text
This revenue stamp is listed in Hasegawa (2005) as KD1 “Keijyo District Justice Stamp”.

stamp_completeThe original name for Seoul in hanja is 京城, which is pronounced as Keijō in Japanese but Gyeongseong (경성) in Korean. The name 경성 was used until 28 September 1946, after which it was renamed by USAMGIK to Seoul or 서울 (complete name: 서울특별자유시), after 15 August 1949 renamed 서울특별시 by the government of the Republic of Korea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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