Chinese Stamps

Update your stamp collection with Chinese stamps

Chinese stamps are available in vintage, retro, and modern designs featuring popular traditional illustrations of the eras. The traditional designs are ideal for completing any collection.

Different types of Chinese stamps

Postage Chinese stamps are available individually or in collections that are themed. Popular designs include stamps featuring militia, martial arts, sports, and fish.

Block Chinese stamps typically have a classic rectangular shape and are supplied in blocks of four or six stamps. Choose from retro designs featuring portraits of Chinese revolutionary leaders and politicians, agricultural and transport designs, and colourful Chinese stamps featuring illustrations of meteorological achievements.

Cover Chinese stamps are typically supplied still attached to the letter or postcard that they were originally used for. These Asian stamps feature postmarks whilst some vintage letters are supplied with the content of the envelope intact.

First day cover Chinese stamps are available in a selection of commemorative designs, including the anniversary of the end of WWII and the 23rd Olympic Games. Last day cover Chinese stamps are also available.

Postal history Chinese stamps include prepaid envelopes, stamped souvenir cards and Chinese cancellation post. Stamped pre-printed postal cards are an alternative option.

Bulk collections of rare used Chinese stamps are available in random lots. The colourful stamps date back to the period between 1913 and 1933.

Other types of Chinese stamps for your collection

Multi stamp partial package covers typically feature an assortment of matching Chinese stamps. The collections are postmarked, and also available featuring a variety of different stamps.

Chinese stamps that have been used on international postage are embellished with postmarks from around the world. Choose from vintage pre-printed postcards, Indo China first flight covers to the USA via air mail, and multicoloured Chinese stamps that were originally sent to Germany.

To complement your Chinese stamps choose a book about the origins of the stamps written in Chinese.