Indochina, Grasset, March, 1904-1906, Michel Nr. IND 24-40; Seventeen stamps in nominals of 1C, 2C, 4C, 5C, 10C, 15C, 20C, 25C, 30C, 35C, 40C, 50C, 75C, 1F, 2F, 5F and 10F were issued in perforation 14:13.5.

Here is the partial m.h. set

and here the partial postally used set.

Mixed franking of the 1C Grasset and 4C Allegory of Peace stamps paying an overall postage of 5C on a domestic post card sent within Son-Tay in October of 1900.

Single franking of the 5C stamp on a post card sent as a printed matter from Saigon-Central to France in April of 1905. Saigon departure cancel on the reverse.

Single franking of the 5C stamp on a post card that features the scene of an execution by guillotine. France conducted public executions until 1939. The card was sent to France in June of 1906.

 Single franking of the 5C value on a post card sent by Paquebot from Tourane to France in May of 1907.

Single franking of the 5C stamp on a post card sent from Saigon-Central to Paris, France in October of 1907. The postcard features the photo of a street cobbler.

Rare multiple franking of the 5C value as a se-tenant showing the print year as 1905 on a domestic post card sent from Saigon.

Single franking of the 5C value on a post card sent inAugust of 1908 from Hai-Phong to France. Interesting Hanoi a Hai Phong transit cancel and Darlin arrival cancel on the reverse. The card was under-franked and hence received a 10C postage due stamp in France to collect to additional postage due.

Multiple franking of the 5C value (5) paying an overall postage of 25C on a international letter sent from Saigon to India. Singapore transit and Rangiem arrival cancel on the reverse.

Multiple franking of the 5C value (4) paying an overall postage of 20C on an international surface letter sent by the Residence Superieure en Annam in Hue to a colonel in Constantinople (Istanbul) in October of 1906. Saigon transit cancel and interesting “Austrian Post-Constantinople” and “German Post-Constantinople”arrival cancels on the reverse (ex.Schwirtz). The letter had to be franked as it was not directed to within the French Empire.

Single franking of the 10C value on a domestic post card sent from Tourane to Hai Phong in May of 1905. Hanoi arrival cancel on the reverse.

Single franking of the 10C value on a post card sent Pnom Penh, Cambodia  to Belgium in November of 1906. Brussels arrival cancel.

Red Band Cover featuring a single franking of the 10C stamp in November of 1907.

Single franking of the 10C stamp on a post card sent from Vietro (rare cancel) to France in June of 1908.

Mint postal stationary post (14x9cm) featuring the 10C value.

Single franking of the 25C value on an international letter sent in November of 1907 from Hai-Phong to Devon, England.

Rare single franking of the 50C value on an international registered letter sent from Hai Phong to Germany in April of 1912. Kirchheim Teck arrival cancel on the reverse.

Registration Nr. 090050

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