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Name: Taiwan (TW)
What: province
Country: China

After World War II, Taiwan was still nominally part of Japan, but was administered as a province of the Republic of China. It had its own stamp issues until 1949, when the Republican forces left the mainland and established Taipei as a temporary capital.

Areas: Asia, China

Stamps issued from 1945 to 1950

Numbers issued (approximate):
to 1990: 100



Watermarks used: Stamp_China_1940_1c_back.jpgyu; some types unwatermarked

Currencies used: 100s=1y (Taiwanese yen), 100c=1$ (Old Taiwan dollar)


Links:

Wikipedia
WP philately
Commons Stamps of Taiwan
as thing

Catalogs:
Michel
Yvert et Tellier
Stamp Number
Stanley Gibbons

Cross-references

Related albums
WSA Imperial and ROC Provinces


Chart of stamps issued by year (blue):
42
1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950