Item CPC/1/Z/33 - Zheng Chenggong

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Zheng Chenggong


  • Aug 1980 (Creation)

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AC 633

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Zheng Chenggong (also known as Koxinga) was a Ming loyalist and the chief commander of Ming troops on the maritime front in the last years of the dynasty. He took over Formosa (Taiwan) in 1661-1662, which became his base for resisting the Manchu takeover of China. He's pictured here dressed in pink flowing robes. In the background are pennants, ship masts and a river. First of pair.
Price: 0.18 Yuan
Serial number: 8100.2.459 (3)
Edition: 1980年8月第1版1980年8月第1次印刷

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  • Chinese

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352mm x 776mm

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