The following information was extracted from LINN's Stamp News, October 11, 2004 edition.

June 2: Cacti, pane of four se-tenant stamps,
700w, Notocactus leninghausii Berg;
900w, Echinocactus grusonii Hildm;
100w, Gymnocalycium baldianum Speg;
140w, Mammillaria insularis Gates;
416w booklet, contents not reported.
Designers, Kim Chol Ung, Jon Kum Hui; offset, Korea Stamp Corp; 30,000 perf sets; 2,000 imperf sets; 1,500 booklets; 500 each imperf booklets and booklets without covers.


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Technical Details extracted from Stanley Gibbons:
Cacti

4-stamp miniature sheet + booklet:

Issue Date: 2 June 2004
Series: -
Colour: -
Printing: offset
Paper: -
Watermark: -
Gum: -
Stamp size: 34 x 52 mm
M/S size: 154 x 95 mm
Booklet size: 80 x 70 mm
FDC Size: 195 x 125 mm
Aerogramme size: 162 x 114 mm
Perforation: perf & imperf
Designs: -
Format: -
Sheet: -
Stemp Quantity: -
M/S Quantity: 30.000 (Perf)
2.000 (Imperf)
Booklet Quantity: 1.500(perf)
500(imperf)
500(without cover)
FDC Quantity: 2.000
Aerogramme Quantity: 2.000
Designer stamps: Kim Chol Ung & Jon Kum Hui
Designer Bkt: Kim Chol Ung
Designer FDC: Jon Kum Hui
Designer Aerogramme: Kim Chol Ung
Printers: -
First Day Postmark: -
Cactus

The original home of Cactus is the tropical and the subtropical areas in America.

It grows on the seashore and the highlands in latitude 55 North and 53 South and as the garden plant, it is in cultivation all over the world.

70 won stamp: Notocactus leninghausii (Hge jr) Berg
90 won stamp: Echinocactus grusonii Hildm
100 won stamp: Gymnocalycium baldianum (Speg) Speg
140 won stamp: Mammillaria insularis Gates

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