South Vietnam, Campaign for Peace and National Unity, June 1st, 1968, Michel Nr SVN 424-425; Two stamps in nominals of 2D and 50D were issued in perforation 13.5.

Here is the mint set

and here the postally used set

Enpreuves de Luxe; printed on thin cardboard paper. Government Printing Bureau Tokyo printed at bottom right.

Single franking of the 2D value on an official letter sent from Saigon to Nha Trang.

Multiple franking of the 2D value (2) paying a total postage of 4D on a domestic letter sent by a member of the military (KBC 3319/Cam Ranh Naval Training Center located in Cam Ranh) to a civilian in Saigon in June of 1970. Cancelled by the mute “Quan Buu” military cancel. Red circular KBC cachet on front.

Multiple franking of the 2D value (3) paying an overall postage of 6D on a domestic letter sent from Hue to Nha Trang in December of 1968.

Mixed franking of the 5D General Mobilization stamp together with stamps from the Labor Organization and National Unity sets paying an overall postage of 27D on an international letter sent from Saigon to Switzerland in December of 1969.

Mixed franking of the 10D General Mobilization stamps together with the 6D Agrarian Reform and 2D National Unity stamp paying an overall postage of 18D on an official letter sent from Saigon Tran Hung Bao to Switzerland in April of 1970.

Mixed franking of the 50D Campaign for Peace and National Unity stamps (2) together with the 30D Harvest stamp paying an overall postage of 130D on an international air mail letter sent to the United States.

Mixed franking of the 50D Campaign for Peace and National Unity stamps (2) together with stamps from the TRans-Vietnamese Railways, Folk Dances and Reconstruction of Hue sets paying an overall postage of 129D on an international air mail letter sent from Cholon to France in March of 1971. The letter was not picked up in France and hence returned to sender (“Retour Al Envoyeur”).

Mixed franking of the 10D Folk Dance values (4) together with stamps from the National Unity and Fisheries set paying an overall postage of 144D on a registered international air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany in 1972.

Mixed franking of the 50D Campaign for Peace and National Unity value together with stamps from the Caligraphy, Emperor Quang Trung, Victory of Quang Tri and Emperor Hung Vu’o’ng sets paying an overall postage of 185D on a registered air mail letter sent fromSaigon to West Germany in April of 1973.

Mixed franking of the 8D Reconstruction after the Destruction of the TET Offensive stamps (5) plus stamps from the National Unity and Fishery sets paying an overall postage of 144D on a registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany in April of 1972.

Registration Nr. 200870

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