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National Flower (1979 - 1996)
Engraver unknown

National Flower (plum blossom) is a long-running issue with very large printing quantity. It succeeded Double Carp II and was replaced by Dragon Circling Two Carps as the high-denomination definitive issue serving everyday postal needs. All the National Flower stamps were printed in intaglio by CEPW.

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Yueh-Chiao Liu and Shuh-Hsin Wang were students of Liang-Yu Pao and started producing banknotes at Central Engraving and Printing Works since 1970. They engraved a series of portraits stamps between 1979 and 1991.

Stamps engraved by Y.-C. Liu:
Lu Hao-Tung (1979)
Shi Chien-Ju (1980)
Cheng Shih-Liang (1982)
Lin Chueh-Min (1984)
Tsou Jung (1985)
Chen Tien-Hua (1986)
Wu Yueh (1987)
Hsu Hsi-Lin (1988)
Ni Ying-Tien (1989)

Stamps engraved by S.-H. Wang:
The 100th Birthday of Hu Shih (1990)
Hsiung Cheng-Chi (1991)


Stamp engraved by Yueh-Chiao Liu
Shi Chien-Ju (1980)
Lin Chueh-Min (1984)




Stamp engraved by Shuh-Hsin Wang
The 100th Birthday of Hu Shih (1990)

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Hang-Yih Chu and Jau-Wang Chen, of Central Engraving and Printing Works, engraved the following stamps:
National Theater and Concert Hall (1990)
Chinese Stone Lion Statues (1992)

Chinese Stone Lion Statues (1992)
Stamp engraved by Hang-Yih Chu



Stamp engraved by Jau-Wang Chen

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Yu-Ling Chen and Yueh-Guey Chen are leading 3rd-generation engravers at Central Engraving and Printing Works. They engraved the following stamps as of 2016:

Chinese Stone Lion Statues (1992)
Ferns I (2009)
Owls I (2011)
Ferns II (2012)
Owls II (2012)
Leaders of Academia Sinica (2016)

Chinese Stone Lion Statues (1992)
Stamp engraved by Yu-Ling Chen



Stamp engraved by Yueh-Guey Chen

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Wen-Hsiung Sun (1942 - ) spent over 40 years of career at Central Engraving and Printing Works in Taiwan. He engraved most of the designs in the banknotes currently in circulation. He is also well known for his acrylic engraving and micro-engraving.

Mr. Sun engraved the following stamps:
Dragons Circling Two Carps (1997)
Political Reform Advocates (2007)

Dragons Circling Two Carps
First Print (1997) Chinese characters read from right to left
Fourth Print (2016) Chinese characters read from left to right

The intricate design is based on traditional Chinese octagonal window patterns at Longshan Temple in Lugang, a significant historical site in Taiwan.


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Lien-Tsai Huang is an engraver at Central Engraving and Printing Works. He produced the following engraved stamps:

10th Anniversary of the Passing of President Chiang Ching-Kuo (1998)
Political Reform Advocates (2007)
Mikado Pheasant (2008)
Ferns I (2009)
Owls I (2011)
Ferns II (2012)
Owls II (2012)
Owls III (2013)
Swan Goose Carrying Message (2014)
Leaders of Academia Sinica (2016)

Hong-Song Lin, Mei-Ling Chou, and Zhao-De Qien are engravers at Central Engraving and Printing Works. Their intaglio stamps were issued since 2007.
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CEPW uses a combination of intaglio and offset processes to print some of the modern stamps. In case of Ferns I and Ferns II the technique produces 3D effect on the leaves in each design.

Ferns II (2012)
Stamp engraved/produced by Lien-Tsai Huang



Stamp engraved/produced by Yu-Ling Chen

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Very nice!
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Owls (2011 - 2013)

Owls I (2011)
Stamp engraved by Hong-Song Lin


Owls II (2012)
Stamp engraved by Yu-Ling Chen


Owls III (2013)
Stamp engraved by Zhao-De Qien


Owls III (2013)
Stamp engraved by Mei-Ling Chou


Owls III (2013)
Stamp engraved by Yueh-Guey Chen
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Dragon and Phoenix Bringing Auspice (2013)
Stamp engraved by Hong-Song Lin

The design features a dragon and a phoenix forming a circle that symbolizes fullness. It is set against a background of the ornate patterns of an ancient coin as a token of prosperity.

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Leaders of Academia Sinica (2016)

Stamp engraved by Yu-Ling Chen



Stamp engraved by Lien-Tsai Huang



Stamp engraved by Mei-Ling Chou





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