Presentation packs are produced for certain stamp issues and provide in-depth commentary on the subject of the stamps, as well as a selection stamp products. They make beautiful gifts and are a product to be treasured.
For more than 3,000 years, the lunar calendar has been a key part of China’s culture - and although the country adopted the Western calendar in 1911, it continues to feature in many printed calendars and is used to mark festive occasions such as Chinese New Year. The 2020 Chinese lunar series special edition pack includes information about each of the 12 animal signs, and every miniature sheet from the past 12 issues.
The miniature sheets are from the following issues:
- 2009 Year of the Ox (date of issue: 7 January 2009)
- 2010 Year of the Tiger (date of issue: 6 January 2010)
- 2011 Year of the Rabbit (date of issue: 12 January 2011)
- 2012 Year of the Dragon (date of issue: 5 January 2012)
- 2013 Year of the Snake (date of issue: 9 January 2013)
- 2014 Year of the Horse (date of issue: 8 January 2014)
- 2015 Year of the Sheep (date of issue: 14 January 2015)
- 2016 Year of the Monkey (date of issue: 13 January 2016)
- 2017 Year of the Rooster (date of issue: 11 January 2017)
- 2018 Year of the Dog (date of issue: 10 January 2018)
- 2019 Year of the Pig (date of issue: 16 January 2019)
- 2020 Year of the Rat (date of issue: 4 December 2019)
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