Indochina, Indochinese Rulers, Michel Nr. IND 290-296; Seven stamps in nominals of 1/2C, 1C and 6C were issued in perforation 11.5 (except Michel Nr. 290 was perforated 13.5). The issuance dates of the stamps varied and were as follows:

1/2C:  November 1st, 1942 (Bao Dai)

1C: March 10th, 1943 (Sinhanouk)

1C: March 10th, 1943 (Vong)

6C: September 1st, 1942 (Bao Dai)

6C: May 10th, 1943 (Sinhanouk)

6C: June 1st, 1943 (Long)

6C: September 1st, 1942 (Phuong)

Here is the mint set in blocks of four.

Complete mint never hinged sheet of the 1/2C value (50).

 

and here is the cancelled to order set in blocks of four.

Postally used vertically pairs.

Postally used stamp featuring a rare rural cancel.

Here is the set featuring First Day Cancels.

Single franking of the 6C Bao Dai stamp on a domestic letter sent from Phu-Ly (small post office) to Hanoi in November of 1942. The letter was collected by Jacques Dessrousseaux, who held the position of Inspector of Mines in Indochina. Hanoi arrival cancel on the reverse. Ex Dessrousseaux.

Single franking of the 6C Nam Phuong stamp on a domestic letter sent from Vinh to Hanoi in October of 1942. The letter was collected by Jacques Dessrousseaux, who held the position of Inspector of Mines in Indochina. Hanoi arrival cancel on the reverse. Ex Dessrousseaux.

Mixed franking of the Nam-Giao Festival set together with stamps from Indochinese Rulers and Domestic Scences I (Overprinted for use in Kouang Tcheou) paying an overall postage of 29C on a domestic letter sent within Hanoi City. September 1st, 1942 was the First Day of Use for the Indochinese Ruler stamps.

Mixed franking of the 1C and 4C Governors stamps together with stamps from the Air Mail, Indochinese Rulers, Domestic Scenes II and Personalities sets paying an overall postage of 2.60P on an international air mail letter sent from Hongay to Belgium in November of 1947. Hanoi and Hai Phong transit cancels on the reverse.

Registration Nr. 090390

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