South Vietnam, 200,000 Returnees, February 18th, 1973, Michel Nr. SVN 522; A single stamp with a 10D nominal and in perforation 13.5 was issued.
Here is the mint stamp.
A few of the prepared but not issued stamps were left imperforate and sold this way after the war. Here is one of these imperforate trial proofs.
Enpreuve de Luxe; printed on cardboard paper.
Mixed franking of the 10D Returnee stamps (4) together with two 15D National development stamps paying an overall postage of 70D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to England in October of 1973.
Mixed franking of the 10D Returnee stamps (2) together with stamps from the Civil Self Defense, Wax Soldiers, National Development and Harvest sets paying an overall postage 242D on a registered air mail letter sent from Nha Trang to West Germany in November of 1973.
Mixed franking of the 10D “200,000 Returners”stamps (2) together with the 5D Sights stamp paying an overall postage of 25D on a domestic letter (full contents preserved) sent on March 14th, 1975 from Nha Trang to Gia Dinh. Six weeks later the Republic was going to fall to the National Liberation Front.
Mixed franking of the Interpol set together with stamps from the 200,000 Returnees, World Telecommunication Day, Vietnamese Aviation, Wounded Soldiers, Emperor Quang Trung, Rural Development, Wax Soldiers, Civil Defense, Craft and Harvest sets paying an overall postage of 340D on a registered intretaional air mail letter sent from Con Son to West Germany in September of 1973. Red Fulda post office cachet on front. Ex Klewitz.
Registration Nr. 201250