The Korea 1971 Christmas and New Year/TB seals

In 1971 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA) again changed its format for issuing TB seals by issuing two completely different types of designs and sheets. The first design is grape vines with grapes with two vertical seals to make a complete image. The pair was printed alternatively, so that the image varied every other […]

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The Korea 1970 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1970 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA) changed its format for issuing TB seals by issuing 20 different designs. All the designs depict a stylized child, either a boy or a girl, in different scenes of play. Actually there were 10 distinct designs with the second row of the sheets depicting the seals with […]

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The Korea 1967 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1967 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), dropped the 1961-1966’s examples of four different designs and issued just a single design, but with two different colors printed of that one design, for the Christmas and New Year/TB seals series. Only one design of a stylized boat carrying three people was used, and it was […]

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The Korea 1966 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1966 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1961-1965’s examples, would again introduce multiple seals with four different designs in the Christmas and New Year/TB seals series. Two of the seals show a combined scene of stylized women dancers, another shows a stylized pagoda and a woman with a tray on top of her […]

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The Korea 1965 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1965 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1961-1964’s examples, would again introduce multiple seals with four different designs in the Christmas and New Year/TB seals series. All four seals for 1965 depicted stylized fauna, one with a dear, another with a peacock, a third with mandarin ducks and the fourth with cranes. These […]

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The Korea 1964 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1964 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1961-1963’s examples, would again introduce multiple seals with four different designs in the Christmas and New Year/TB seal series. Unlike in 1963, the KNTA did not use different colors for the different seal designs. All four seals for 1964 have what appears to be a stylized […]

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The Korea 1963 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1963 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1961-1962’s examples, would again introduce multiple seals with four different designs in the Christmas and New Year/TB seal series. But the KNTA would throw in a new “wrinkle” with the issuing of the four different designs in two types of sheets with different colors, so there […]

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The Korea 1962 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1962 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1961’s example, would again introduce multiple seals with four different designs in the Christmas and New Year/TB seal series. The four 1962 seals have one figure with a holiday hat, one design showing cherry blossoms, another showing glass laboratory beakers, and also one designs has a […]

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Dr. Sherwood Hall’s Promotional Posters, 1935 and 1936

The Christmas Seal Committee of Korea (CSCK), under the leadership of Dr. Sherwood, who in 1932 had started the Korean program of issuing Christmas and New Year/Tuberculosis (TB) seals to raise funds to fight the spread of TB in Korea, issued in 1935 and 1936 promotional posters almost entirely written in the Korean language. These […]

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The Korea 1960 Christmas/New Year and TB seals

In 1960 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following the previous two years, would again introduce multiple seals in the Christmas and New Year/TB seal series. There are two seals, one with stylized sun and clouds and other with a stylized pagoda and clouds. The 1960 seals were printed by lithograph on un-watermarked paper and […]

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The Korea 1959 Christmas and New Year /TB Seals

In 1959 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), following 1959’s example, would again introduce multiple seals in the Christmas and New Year/TB seal series. There are two seals, one with a girl in a holiday dress and the other showing a boy in holiday dress. There were two different seal printings, one with lighter shades […]

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The Korea 1958 Christmas/New Year and TB Seals

In 1958 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association would introduce the first multiple seals in the Christmas/TB seal series. There are two seals, each with a hand with a green sprout coming out of the hand. Other than the fact that there were two different seal images, there are few varieties of this seal known to […]

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The Korea 1957 Christmas and New Year/TB seals and Souvenir Sheet

With the Korea 1957 Christmas and New Year/TB seal, the Korea National Tuberculosis Association would also produce the first souvenir sheet of the Christmas/TB seal series, since Dr. Sherwood Hall issued a souvenir sheet in 1936 for the celebration of the 5th anniversary of the Christmas/TB seals program.

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South Korea 1956 Christmas/TB Seal

In 1956 the Korean National Tuberculosis Association would again issue a single Christmas/Tuberculosis (TB) seal. This seal was printed by lithograph on un-watermarked paper, both gummed and ungummed, and sold in sheets of 100 seals. The 1956 seal depicts three Hibiscus flowers. The sheets were sold as perforated 11. The seals were printed on both […]

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