In December 1898, a second set of overprints was issued. The “China” overprint is at a 56° angle, as opposed to 45° overprint of the March 1898 overprints.
The unoverprinted German and Kiautschou stamps used at these offices can be distinguished only by their cancels, and are referred to as “Petschili” issues.
This set of overprints was released beginning in 1906. The stamps are overprints of the German “Germania” issues.
Shown below are the stamps of the GermanStamps.net Collection on the physical album pages.
Germany opened its first post office in China on 16 August 1886, in Shanghai, and would eventually open a total of 21 post offices in the country.