South Vietnam, Victory at Quang Tri, February 24th, 1973, Michel Nr SVN 523-524; Two stamps in nominals of 3D and 10D were issued in perforation 13.5.

Here is the mint set.

Enpreuve de Luxe; printed on thin cardboard paper.

Single franking of the 10D stamp on a philatelic domestic letter sent from My Tho to a Major in Saigon in May of 1973.

Multiple franking of the 10D value (3) paying an overall postage of 30D on a domestic registered letter sent by a member of the military (KBC 6534/ARVN 3rd Infantry Division in Da Nang) to an individual located in Saigon. The red BAO Dam cachet on both sides stands for “Secured-Warranted” which was the military equivalent of registration. Da Nang transit and Saigon machine arrival cancel on the reverse. Black circular KBC cachet on front.

Mixed franking of the Victory at Quang Tri set together with stamps rom the Calligraphy set paying an overall postage of 189D on a registered international air mail letter sent from Da Lat to West Germany in June of 1973. Black propaganda cachet on the reverse. Ex Klewitz.

Mixed franking of the 2D Self Defense stamps (2) together with two 3D Quang Tri Victory stamps paying an overall postage of 10D on a domestic letter sent from Da Lat to Saigon July, 1973.

Mixed franking of the 25D Interpol stamp together with stamps from the Year of the Book, Fisheries, Victory at Quang Tri, Wax Soldiers and Wounded Soldier sets paying an overall postage of 90D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany in April of 1973.

Mixed franking of the 4D Year of the Book value together with the 30D Craft (2) and 10D Victory at Quang Tri sets paying an overall postage of 84D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany.

Mixed franking of the Victory at Quang Tri stamp together with stamps from the Vietnamese Aviation and Paralmentarian Union sets paying an overall postage of 30D on an official registered letter sent from Tan-An to Saigon in April of 1973.

Mixed franking of the Victory at Quang Tri set together with stamps from the Fisheries, Wounded Soldiers, Wax SoldiersCvivil Defense, World Telecommunication Dayand Rural development sets paying an overall postage of 221D on a registered international air mail cover sent from Quang Tri to West Germany in September of 1973.

Registration Nr. 201260

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