Electrification Centennial - 1997 Mint Commemorative Sheet

Save $7 on this 1997 Mint Commemorative Sheet

 20 years ago on July 1, 1997, a 99-year treaty signed in 1898 returned Hong Kong to China, and it is now governed as an autonomous Chinese territory. A British colony from 1841 to 1997, Hong Kong is one of most densely populated areas in the world, and its precious land sells for record-breaking prices. Its stamps are highly desirable and eagerly sought by collectors in China and the rest of the world.

 This 5x3.5-inch sheet was one of the final issues under British rule and reproduces a set of 4 stamps issued in 1990 celebrating the 100th anniversary of electricity in Hong Kong, along with 6 stamps picturing Queen Elizabeth. (Hong Kong #651Bm)

 Hong Kong Electrification Mint Sheet - Regularly $12.50

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