Indochina, Indochinese Women Set in new Values and Colors, April, 1922, Michel Nr. IND 102-122; Twenty-one new stamps were produced in nominals of 1/10C, 1/5C, 2/5C, 4/5C, 1C, 2C, 3C, 4C, 5C, 6C, 7C, 8C, 9C, 10C, 11C, 12C, 15C, 20C, 40C, 1P and 2P and in perforation 14:13.5.

Here is the partial m.h. set.

There is a paper variation on the 2/5C stamp printed on tanned instead on white paper.

Partial postally used set.

Mixed franking of the 4/5 Vietnamese Women stamp (7-two stamps partially missing), 12C Women stamp plus six 1/5C Domestic Motives (one stamp missing) on the 6C Domestic Motive postal stationary (14.5×11.5cm) paying an overall postage of 13C on a registered domestic letter sent from Tay Ninh to Saigon in April of 1942. Two of the 4/5C stamps represent a gutter-pair. Letters sent during the Japanese Occupation of Indochina (September 1940- August, 1945) are pretty hard to find as there was not much postal traffic during that time. Saigon arrival cancel on the reverse.

Multiple franking of the 4/2C stamps (4) paying an overall postage of 3.2C on a domestic letter sent from Phu-Qui to Can Tho in August of 1932. The stamps were canceled with the rare “Poste Rurale, Coba” rural cancel. The letter was underpaid and so a triangular postage due cachet stating “5 Taxe Minimum” was struck on front and three postage due stamps amounting to 5C were attached to the front upon delivery. Vinh and Saigon transit cancels on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 1C Vietnamese Women stamp from 1907 together with the 4C stamp from 1922 paying an overall postage of 5C on an international printed matter mailing sent to France in June of 1925. Marseille arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 2C (5) and 4C (5) Vietnamese Women stamps in new colors together with the 14C on 35C stamp overprinted for Canton paying an overall postage of 44C on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to India in February of 1928. Indian arrival cancels on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 1C Vietnamese Women stamp from 1907 (2) together with the 2C and 4C stamps from 1922 paying an overall postage of 10C on an international letter sent Phnom Penh, Cambodia to France in May of 1923.

Multiple franking of the 4C stamp (2) paying an overall postage of 8C on an international money transfer sent from Soc Trang (rare cancel) to France in November of 1932. Nyons receiving cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 4C Vietnamese Women stamp (10) together with the1C and 5C (5) Domestic Motives stamps paying an overall postage of 66C on an international air mail letter sent from Lang-Son (rare cancel) to Strasbourg, France. Interesting Lang-Son a Hanoi transit cancel on the reverse as well as Hanoi and Saigon transit cancels.

Mixed franking of the 1C, 2C and 5C (7) as well as the overprinted 6C on 15C stamps paying an overall postage of 46C on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to India in December of 1927. Indian arrival cancels on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 1C Vietnamese Women stamp from 1907 (2) together with the 4C, 6C and 10C stamps from 1922 paying an overall postage of 21C on an international registered letter sent Vientiane, Laos to France in April of 1927. Saigon Central transit cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 4C and 5C Vietnamese Women (5) stamps paying an overall postage of 29C on a very rare insured letter (1,000 FF) sent from Vinh to Lyon, France in April of 1928. Hai-Phong and Saigon transit cancels on the reverse. The letter was transported via the Yokohama-Marseille shipping line evidenced by the octagonal ship cancel on the reverse. Lyon arrival cancel. Sealed with five wax seals.

Single franking of the 6C value on an international letters sent from Saigon (unusual Saigon-Messageries cancel) sent to France in September of 1930.

Rare mixed franking of a gutter-pair of the 10C stamps together with the 1C Domestic Motives stamp paying an overall postage of 21C on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to France in October of 1929. Amiens arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 10C in a rare gutter-pair together with the 1C stamp paying an overall postage of 21C on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to France in December of 1929. Postall used gutter-pairs are very hard to find.

Single franking of the 11C stamp on a First Flight Cover inaugurating the new air route Hanoi-Vientiane-Saigon on July 6th, 1939. Saigon arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 11C Vietnamese Women stamp together with the 50C stamp overprinted for use in the free port of Canton paying an overall postage of 61C on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to France in October of 1927.

Single franking of the 12C stamp on an international registered letter sent from Pnom Penh to France sent in October of 1923. Mulhouse arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 12C Vietnamese Women stamps (2) together with the 4C Domestic Motive stamp paying an overall postage of 28C on a domestic registered letter sent from Quang Ngai (rare cancel) to Saigon in November of 1941. Letters sent during the Japanese Occupation of Indochina (September 1940- August, 1945) are pretty hard to find as there was not much postal traffic during that time. Saigon Central arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 15C Vietnamese Women stamps (4) together with the 6C Domestic Motive stamp paying an overall postage of 66C on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to France in July of 1932. Marseille arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 4C, 15C (2) and 2P stamps paying an overall postage of 4.34P on a registered letter sent from Saigon to Paris in July of 1932. French arrival cancel on the reverse. The 2P value is very hard to fond on postal used cover.

Registration Nr. 090120

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