Taiwan reverted from Japanese occupancy to Chinese control after the World War
II on Oct. 25, 1945. Taiwan Postal Administration Office took over the postal
service from Japan
on Nov. 4, 1945 and regarded the Old Taiwan Dollar as the currency value to
issue stamps. At that time, the Kuomintang party and Communist party still
fought in the Chinese civil war. The national inflation was serious and the
currency along with postage also accompanied the fierce fluctuation. Then the
Old Taiwanese Currency $40,000 was replaced by the New Taiwan Dollar $1 on June
The books 1,200 pages are printed by full colors and divided into III
volumes by deluxe edition with an outer-box package, that is edited in
bilingual of Chinese and English and written by Fortune Wang at Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
The books are described the issued stamps and its postal history in the period
of Old Taiwanese Currency. The books are included 1,050 pages by international
exhibit rule, which showed the almost of stamps and postal mails are rare and
The price of III volumes per set is U$120 (HK$950).