Public Bond
Issued July 25, 2003

The DPR Korea issued public bonds in order to satisfy the demands for funds needed for putting the national economy on a modern footing and revitalizing production in compliance with the requirements of the new era of information industry.

The public bond is people-oriented in that it will provide the people with an abundant life by regulating on a planned basis the amount of currency in circulation and stabilizing the currency.

All people in the DPR Korean are out in purchasing bonds with a noble feeling of patriotism and civic consciousness to support socialism.

The stamp depicts the newly issued bonds worth 5,000, 1,000 and 500 won, with the 100-won bond issued in 1950 on the centre part.
Written on the upper part are Public bond for the people's livelihood, Juche 92(2003).

No.
Kind
Design
Size
Process
Division
Unit Price
Quantity
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Price EURO
4287 
Stamps 
Kim Hae Yong 
45*33mm mm 
Offset 
Perf.
Used
0.90
Mint
0.90
FDC
1.20
Imperf.
Used
1.80
Mint
1.80
FDC
2.10

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