The proceeds of the 'Health' value of these 1933 Health stamps was donated to the Children's Health Camps movement.
This design depicts a ‘Pathway to Health’. The winding path leads over sandhills on to one of many beautiful and numerous beaches that are to be found in New Zealand. In the background the sun appears through the fleecy clouds in the early morning, heralding a glorious summer day.
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Historical information included on this page sourced from The Postage Stamps of New Zealand published by the Royal Philatelic Society of NZ. Their web site offers further information useful to those interested in the stamps and postal history of New Zealand. Link: https://www.rpsnz.org.nz/
Product Listing for 1933 Health
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|Single Stamp||Single 1d + 1d 'Pathway' gummed stamp.||2d|
|Date of issue:||8 November 1933|
|Designers:||J Berry, Wellington|
|Printers:||Government Printing Office, New Zealand|
|Stamp size:||22mm x 37mm|
|Sheet size:||60 stamps per sheet|
|Process:||Recess printed - Intaglio|
|Paper type:||Cowan 'Esparto' unsurfaced, NZ and star watermark|
|Period of sale:||This stamp remained on sale until 28 February 1934.|