The Jinggang Shan is situated in the Luoxian Mountains, in the remote border region between Jiangxi and Hunan provinces. The mountains cover some 670 km². The highest point is 1'841 m above sea level. This mountain area is known as "the cradle of the Chinese Revolution" and the crucial role it played in the early Communist movement.
China 1965, Jinggang Shan.
The stamp was issued in the series "Cradle of Chinese Revolution".
China 1971, Jinggang Shan.
The stamp was issued in the series "50th anniv. of Founding of CPC".
Value 10: Maoping in Jinggang Shan.
Value 43, Highest Peak of Jinggang Shan.
The stamps were issued in the series "Regular Issue with Designs of Revolutionary Monuments".
China 1974, Tzeping in the Jinggang Shan Mountains.
China 2002, Jinggang Shan.
The stamp was issued in the series "Red Footprints".