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.
From Herrick's Web-Site.
Technical Details extracted from Stanley Gibbons:
4-stamp miniature sheet + booklet:
Issue Date: 2 June 2004
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
Stemp Quantity: -
M/S Quantity: 30.000 (Perf)
Booklet Quantity: 1.500(perf)
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
First Day Postmark: -
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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