As reported by DPRK's Stamp Information Card.

July 20, 2007: Fossils of Korea

Fossils are the corpses or remains of the creature existed in the geological age which have been preserved underground orabove the ground.

Fossils are highly valuable data in studying the history of earth's development and the process of evolution and development of the creature as well as in geological prospecting.

   15 won stamp: "Tetraeorallia" fossil found in the area of Koksan County, North Hwanghae Province.
   70 won stamp: "Neuropteridium" fossil found in the area of Sungho District, Pyongyang City.
   130 won stamp: "Yoldia" fossil found in the area of Hwasong County, North Hamgyong Province.
   200 won stamp: The mandible fossil of "Rhinoceros" found in the area of Cholwon County, Kangwon Province.

Technical Details

1. Stamp:
Stock No. 4497-4500
Size: 45 x 33 mm
Denomination: 15 won, 70 won, 130 won, & 200 won
Process: Offset
Designer: Kim Hae Yong
Quantity: 4/30,000 (Perf.), 4/1,000 (Imperf)

2. Stamp booklet
Stock No.: 150
Size : 110 x 60 mm
Denomination: 415 won
Designer : Yun Choi Su
Quantity 1,000 (Perf.), 500 (Imperf.)
  Without cover: 500 (Perf.), 500 (Imperf.)

3. Entire (Post Card):
Stock No. : 345
Size: 162 x 114mm
Denomination: 70 won
Designer: Yun Choi Su
Quantity: 1,000

4. Aerogramme:
Stock No. : 47
Size: 162 x 114mm
Denomination: 130 won
Designer: Yun Choi Su
Quantity: 1,000

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