South Vietnam, Restoration of Trans-Vietnamese Railways, December 15th, 1968, Michel Nr. SVN 416-419; Four stamps in nominals of 1.50D, 3D, 9D and 20D were issued in perforation 13.5.

Here is the postally used set

Enpreuves de Luxe; printed on gummed stamp like paper. Government Printing Bureau Tokyo printed at bottom right.

Single franking of the 1.50D value on a domestic air mail letter sent by a member of the military (KBC 4523/NCO Training School located in Nam Son) sent in May of 1969 to a civilian in Gia Dinh. Cancelled with the mute “Quan Buu” military cancel. Circular red KBC cachet on front.

Mixed franking of the 1.50D Vietnamese Railways and 0.50D Fruit stamps on a domestic letter paying an overall postage of 2D sent from a member of the military (KBC 3298 a so far unlisted number of the official SICP KBC listing) to Saigon. The letter was judged to be short in required postage and hence a black “T” hand stamp was applied on front. Upon arrival four 2D postage due stamps were added to pay for the 8D penalty that was collected upon delivery.  Saigon arrival cancel on the reverse.

Multiple franking of the 3D value (2) paying an overall postage of 6D on a domestic air mail letter sent from Bach Giang to Saigon in July of 1970.

Mixed franking of the 3D Transvietnamese Railways stamps (5) togehzter with the 1.50D General Mobilization stamp paying an overall postage of 16.50D on a domestic registered letter sent from Banme Thuan to Pleiku in October of 1970.

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 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.

Single franking of the 9D value on an international surface letter sent from Saigon to the United States in July of 1969.

Multiple franking of three 9D stamps paying an overall postage of 27D on an international air mail letter sent fromHung Bao to Switzerland in December of 1969.

Mixed franking of the 9D Trans-Vietnamese Railway stamp together with the 3D Labor Day and 4D Children Protection stamp paying an overall postage of 16D on an international ir mail letter sent from Can Tho to France in January of 1970.

Mixed franking of two 20D Teas-VIetnamese Railway stamps together with a 5D UNESCO stamp paying an overall postage of 45D on an international letter sent from Saigon to the United States.

Mixed franking of the 6D Indigenous People stamp together with stamps from the Trans-Vietnamese Railway, Air Mail, General Mobilization, Agrarian Reform and Labor organization sets paying an overall postage of 80D on an international air mail letter sent from Hoi An to West Germany in December of 1969.

Registration Nr. 200850

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