Indochina, Temple Sculpture II, 1922, Michel Nr. P31-43; Thirteen stamps in nominals of 2/5C, 4/5C, 1C, 2C, 3C, 4C, 6C, 8C, 10C, 12C, 20C, 40C and 1P were issued in perforation 14:13.5.

Here is the complete mint hinged set.

and the partial postally used set.

Very rare newspaper wrapper sent from France to Can Tho in Indochina in December of 1930. The 2C postage was apparently insufficient for an international delivery and as a result the wrapper received a black “T hand stamp indicating that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Can Tho a 4/5C Postage Due stamp was added cancelled by the circular Can-Tho date canceller.

Rare single franking of the 1C postage due stamp on a newspaper wrapper mailed within the town of Can Tho in November of 1931. The mailing was posted without any stamps so it was judged deficient by the application of a black “T” postage due hand stamp. Upon delivery the 1C stamp was added and cancelled with the Can Tho circular cancel one day later.

International letter front sent from France to Hai Phong in Indochina in December of 1933. The 2Fr. postage paid in France was apparently insufficient which prompted a black “T” hand stamp in a triangle to be applied indicating additional postage was due upon delivery. In Hai Phong five 12C postage due stamps were added which means that the letter was assessed 30C additional postage and 30C penalty.

International letter sent from Konapet, India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Saigon a 20C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 10C plus 10C penalty.

International letter sent from Konapet, India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” in a circle with 100C was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Saigon  a 20C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 10C plus 10C penalty.

International letter sent from Konapet, India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” in a circle with 40C was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Saigon the 40C was crossed out and a 20C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 10C plus 10C penalty.

International postal stationary sent from India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” in a circle and a manuscript 40C was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Indochina a 40C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 20C plus 20C penalty.

International letter sent from India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” hand stamp and a manuscript 40C was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Indochina a 40C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 20C plus 20C penalty.

International letter sent from India to Saigon. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” in a circle was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Indochina a 50C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 25C plus 25C penalty.

International letter sent from India to Sadec. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” in a circle was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Indochina a 50C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 25C plus 25C penalty.

International letter sent from India to Can Tho. The letter was posted without stamps and as a result a “T” was added on front. This was to indicate that additional postage was due upon delivery. In Indochina a 50C postage due stamp was added in front which suggests, that the missing postage was 25C plus 25C penalty.

Registration Nr. 090670

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