KSC5218A-5218F: Future Architecture

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(News from 조선우표사 / Korea Stamp Corporation) On September 25th, Korea Stamp Corporation issued a series of six stamps featuring architectural buildings in Russia, including the Serpukhovskoy Residential Complex and Butyrskaya Square, both in Moscow, and the Water Museum in Kaluga.

According to Korea Stamp Corporation, “Architecture is a means of ensuring the spiritual and material conditions for people’s lives and activities.” The stamps were issued to “show architectural buildings reflecting the needs of human life and human aspirations.

Stamp

The stamps in the series have the following designs:

  • Layout of Water Museum in Kaluga
  • Layout of Serpukhovskoy Residential Complex in Moscow
  • Layout of Butyrskaya Square in Moscow
  • Layout of Expo Centre in Moscow
  • Layout of Residential Area Moscow River Terminal
  • Layout of Russia Tower in Moscow
Stamps from series KSC5218A-5218F (scanned from new issue leaflet).

Stamp sheets

The stamps are available in individual sheets:

Sheets of KSC5218A-5218F, 6 stamps per sheet.

FDC

The stamps are also available on FDC:

Fp5218A-5218F FDC (scanned image)

Technical details

1. Stamps (6 values)
Date of Issue: September 25 Juche 108 (2019)
Stock No.: 5218A-5218F
Size: 42 x 35 mm. 30 x 42 mm
Denomination: 100 won x 6
Designer: Kim Won Myong, Ri Jin Hyok
Printing: Offset
Sheet Composition: 2 x 3, 3 x 2
Quantity: 6/8 760 (Perf), 6/1 500 (Imperf.)
2. FDC
Size: 200 x 140 mm
Designer: U Jong Hyok
Quantity: 300

Stamp leaflet

The new issue stamp leaflet for this issue was also released:

New issue leaflet (front) for series KSC5218A-5218F (scanned).
New issue leaflet (reverse) for series KSC5218A-5218F (scanned).

All images in page copyright: 조선우표사 / Korea Stamp Corporation.

Stamp release news is strictly for philatelic purposes only.

Digital images?
Since a few months the Korea Stamp Corporation stopped listing all its stamp releases on the KSC website. This means that only a few issues/series are available in a digital format. To be able to create a more complete listing we have therefore decided to scan the printed versions of new issue leaflets and use the information contained in those leaflets for the website. These scanned images are however necessarily of a lower quality than if we had access to digital imagery.
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David Newmark
I collect mail/covers of Interim (Pre-State) Israel (1948); mail/covers of the West Bank (Jordanian Occupation) 1949-67; mail/covers of the Palestinian Authority (1994-Present). ASMEA (Assoc. Member).

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