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[Name]Food stamps (group)
[Specification] Five catties and two sheets,Three catties and eight sheets
From 1950s to 1985s, China issued a certificate of purchase of grain in a specific economic period. At that time, food must be purchased on the basis of food stamps. The earliest types of tickets in China are grain tickets, edible oil tickets and cloth tickets. In fact, the supply of vouchers was not the earliest in our country. After the October Revolution, the Soviet Union adopted a planned distribution of goods and issued various commodity vouchers. The earliest vouchers in the Soviet Union were shoes in 1916.
The food stamp was a kind of food purchase certificate issued by China during the specific economic period from the 1950s to the 85s. As the second “currency” of China, food stamps are divided into four categories: national food stamps, military food stamps, local food stamps and food stamps. This reflects the social and economic conditions of various historical periods in China. It can be said that small The small grain ticket is a testimony to the social development of China during the planned economy period. The profound cultural historical value it carries is the most attractive attraction.
After years of erosion, this kind of non-replicable ticket cultural relics has become increasingly rare, with great collection value and appreciation space. Nowadays, with the further deepening of reform and opening up and the rapid development of the national economy, the food stamp has already completed its historical mission and has withdrawn from the social stage. However, as a testimony to history, the collection value and social value of food stamps have become more prominent with the passage of time.
This collection is a set of national general grain tickets for 1965 and 1966. The grain tickets include Wushijin grain tickets and Shenshijin grain tickets. The upper left corner of the food stamp is the cross of the Ministry of Food of the People's Republic of China, and the lower side is the national general grain stamp. The middle right side is the face value, and the lower face value is the year. In the middle of the back is the instructions for the use of food stamps, with Arabic denominations on the left and right sides. This set of ten grain tickets not only has fine patterns and patterns, but also has reasonable ink color matching, novel and bright colors, beautiful and generous patterns, and has very high ornamental and collection value.