Following Part-1 of this article in the issue No. 169 of Kiku Shimbun, I have acquired a new and important item for my Showa period collection during my recent visit to Tokyo and the JAPEX’2016 exhibition, this being a Postal Charges Receipt form illustrating the usage of overprinted stamps issued for use in South Korea by the USA Military administration following the occupation of Korea.
Prior to the acquisition of this item two other such forms had been recorded, one being shown as Figure 4 in Part-1, from Yakmok. Kyeongsangpuk-do, which is located near the Seoul-Pusan rail line in the vicinity of Pusan, this item is illustrated below in order that additional information can be added. The item is from the Gold Medal collection of Hayashi-san, Japan.