KoreaPost teaches children how stamps are made

General Philatelic News

It is always a good idea to have a look at the Kstamp website maintained by KoreaPost. Recently KoreaPost released a few documents aimed at children, to learn about stamps.

Here are some examples from this material:

Indeed, Korean philatelic history. That’s the guy who started it all, and there are the first stamps.
But, how do you create a stamp? Notice some of the details, such as the observatory (often used on stamps).
Detail from the previous page.
I recognize this stamp from somewhere. That example has been used quite often, since at least the 1960s. Someone at KoreaPost has a good memory!

These materials are part of a wider campaign on safety, for which a video was made by the “Stamp Portal” YouTube channel:

You can download all of these materials on the Kstamp website.

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KSS Korea Philately Editor
One of the earliest positions of the KSS. The position of editor of KP is, and has always been, the mainstay of the KSS.

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