Introduction of Wushijin Food Ticket in 1966
"Things are precious when they are scarce", which is also the product of a special period. It is of great value to keep the collection because it is a kind of culture and the representative of an era. With the development of economy, grain stamps withdrawing from the circulation market gradually flow to the collectors. In 1966, Wu Shijin's national grain stamps had a small circulation, a small stock and exquisite coupons. The value of grain stamps with special significance also rose.
市场估值：单张3万人民币 总共20张 总价60万人民币
Wushijin grain ticket has the highest value in China and has a high collection value. Because most provinces and municipalities issued the first set of grain tickets in this year, which is commonly known as "open tickets". A set of Wushijin grain tickets in Heilongjiang Province is worth about 23,000 yuan around 2000, but tens of thousands of yuan are hard to buy now.
For example, the price of tickets in Inner Mongolia rose tenfold in 1955, and the 1966 version of the national grain ticket, known as Tiaowang by Tibetans, was designed in a difficult period of three years. Because it was not issued, all the tickets survived in the world, no real tickets flowed out, and the stock was extremely scarce.
The price of Wushijin grain stamps collection in China is as follows:
The price of nine complete sets of 55-year grain tickets was about 300 yuan 10 years ago. Now the price of new products is close to 6,000 yuan. The total stock of new products in China is less than 100 sets, and the total set of tickets is 30,000 yuan. The 1962 version of the national food stamp is the shortest circulation time, also known as the special grain stamp for trains, planes and ships. Ten years ago, the price was about 500 yuan, and now the price is about 18,000 yuan.
Many collectors only pay attention to the better food stamps. They disdain the damaged food stamps. In fact, they are prejudiced. Many food stamps are circulated repeatedly in the market. Tibetans should pay more attention to their scarcity and real value, not just their appearance.