Stamps featuring the Philippines-Korea Diplomatic Relations
The Philippine Postal Corporation will issue a set of stamps to commemorate 50 years of Philippines-Korea Diplomatic Relations.
|Kind of Issue:||Commemorative|
|Denomination and Quantity:||P5.00 – 50,000 11,00 – 50,000|
|Date of Issue:||August 9, 1999|
|Last Day of Sale:||February 9, 2000|
|Sheet Composition:||40,000 of each denomination in sheets of 10 (2×5) 20,000 sets in uncut joined sheets of 20 (10 of each denomination)|
|Size of Stamp:||30mm x 40mm|
|Printing Process:||Litho-Offset ( 4 colors)|
|Printer:||Amstar Company, Inc.|
|Layout Artist:||Alfonso V. Divina|
|Design Coordinator:||Engr. Antonio D.A. Claro|
|Design:||Sampaguita, National Flower of the Philippines Rose of Sharon, National Flower of Korea|
The beginnings of Philippines-Korea relations are rooted in the commitment of both countries to freedom and democracy and in their common desire for peace and development. These values have served to sustain the friendship and cooperation which have characterized their relations since the establishment of diplomatic ties on 3 March 1949. Read more.