Collection Name: 1966 National General Grain Ticket Wu Shijin
Collection Specification: 9*3.8cm
Trading Method: Singapore Auction Specialty
Collection Profile: National Food Ticket refers to the national general grain ticket, wherever you go, you can use this food ticket to buy food supplies, including cooking oil (only the national food ticket can buy cooking oil in other places). If you want to travel or visit relatives, you must use local food stamps for a certain number of national food stamps to go out.
Grain is an important material related to the national economy and people's livelihood. When a country carries out large-scale economic construction, it must carry out macro-control and unified regulation of grain.
The 1966 edition of her, the sample is rare. As for the birth of the edition ticket in that year, the general view is that the fourth article in the back usage instructions of the 1965 edition of the grain ticket "promissory notes are not allowed to be bought and sold, altered invalid, and lost or repaired". "The first stamp was mislabeled. In order to maintain the image of the national ticket, the Ministry of Food issued (67) Food and Agriculture No. 186"Notice on the Issuance of the New National General Food Ticket 1966"on October 13, 1967, which officially launched the 1966 version of the Food Ticket on the basis of correcting the errors of the 1965 edition. There is no way to verify whether this statement is correct or not, but it is an indisputable fact that the 1965 edition became a mispublished grain ticket channel. Like the 1965 edition, the 1966 edition of the National General Food Ticket also has watermarking and watermarking-free editions. The difference is that there are no watermarking versions in half a kilogram and one kilogram, while the five kilograms are derived from the different watermarking patterns into two editions: solid Pentagon and hollow pentagon. What is puzzling is that the real ticket stock of the package is astronomical in reality, but the ticket samples are rare. In particular, the watermarked version of the samples and samples, in addition to witnessing her fragrance in the gallery of the China Ticket Network, few people on the market exchanged. Didn't they prepare to issue the samples or cut corners when the samples were issued? The watermarked 1966 version of the grain stamp was put on the market in the fourth quarter of 1973, and according to the usual practice should go ahead. Are the samples issued until December 1975 affected by the Cultural Revolution, or are they otherwise painful?