South Vietnam, Children Aid of the United Nations UNICEF, December 11th, 1968, Michel Nr SVN 414-415; Two stamps in nominals of 6D and 16D were issued in perforation 13.5.

Here is the mint set

Postally used 16D stamp

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

Mixed franking of the 2D Private Ownership stamp together with stamps from the Flowers, UNICEF, Labor Day, National Unity and 3.Anniversary of the Revolution sets paying an overall postage of 28.70D on an international letter sent from Danang to West Germany.

Mixed ranking of the Human Rights set plus the UNICEF set paying an overall postage of 48D on a rare registered express mail letter sent from Dalat to West Germany in May of 1969. Frankfurt train and regular transit cancel plus Fulda arrival cancel on the reverse. Ex Klewitz.

Mixed franking of the 9D Trans-Vietnamese Railway stamp plus two 16D UNICEF stamps and one 1D Vietnamese Women stamp paying an overall postage of 42D on a rare international air mail express mail letter sent by a U.S. soldier using the typical San Francisco cover address to the United States. Marysville arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed ranking of the Human Rights set plus the UNICEF set paying an overall postage of 48D on a rare registered express mail letter sent from Dalat to West Germany in May of 1969. Frankfurt train and regular transit cancel plus Fulda arrival cancel on the reverse. Ex Klewitz.

Mixed franking of the 3D Lions International and 10D WHO as well as the United Nations Children Aid and Vietnamese Women sets paying an overall postage of 184.50D (including the red ffee frank for 125D) on a registered international air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany in April of 1969.

Registration Nr. 200840

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