Lot 17 of 319:
1934 Japanese propaganda postcard set, Chinese 'Manchukuo'  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
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Japanese propaganda postcards


Manchukuo (Chinese Manchuria)

South Manchuria Railway Co.



5 unused color postcards in original color illustrated folder. 

Attractive propaganda for the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo in northern China.


  • Commemorating “Memorial Day”,  March 1, 1934 (with that year curiously pasted over the original printing. “Emperor & empress who have returned to the throne of their Ancestor’s state of Manchukuo” – depicting "Emperor" Pu-Yi and his wife, with a trans-pacific map
  • Towers of ‘Lama’
  • A farmer in a Manchukuo Field, enjoying the Sunset on his way Home
  • Manchukuo Lady of Yesterday and Today
  • Tomb of the first ruler of Manchuria, built in the 16th century at Mukden

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