South Vietnam, Alliance of Friendly Nations of the Free World, June 22nd, 1968, Michel Nr. SVN 404-407; Four stamps in nominals of 1D (Q:2,000,000), 1.50D (Q:2,000,000), 3D (Q:3,000,000) and 50D (Q:500,000) were issued in perforation 13.5.

Here is the mint set

and here the postally used set

These stamps were not officially released imperforate, however, a small number of imperforate trial proofs have come to market. Here is the imperforate set.

Multiple franking of the 1D value (2) paying an overall potage of 2D on an official domestic printed matter mailing sent within Saigon in January of 1969. Saigon-Cholon machine arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 1D (2) Friendly and 1.50D Nation stamps paying an overall postage of 3.50D on a official domestic letter sent from Dalat to Nha Trang in August of 1968.

Mixed franking of the 1D Free World of Nations stamp together with stamps from the Vietnamese Women and Human Right stamps paying an overall postage of 20D on a rare international express mail letter sent from Saigon to France in April of 1969.

Mixed frankings of stamps from the Friendly Nations, Birds, Labor Organization and Mobile Post Offices sets paying an overall postage of 30D on an registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in July of 1970. New York arrival cancel on the reverse.

Multiple franking of the 1.50D value paying an overall postage of 3D on a letter sent by a member of the military (KBC 3357/4th Battalion “Killer Sharks” located in Vung Tau) from Bach Dang to Gia Dinh.

Rare single franking of the 3D value on a letter sent by a member of the military (KBC 33517 a Navy unit in Thuy Phuoc) using the 50% discounted military tariff on a letter sent to a civilian in Saigon.

Mixed franking of the 3D Friendly Nations stamp together with stamps from the Air Mail and Labor Organization sets paying an overall postage of 27D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to England in April of 1970.

Mixed franking of the 2D and 3D Vietnamese Fashion stamps together with stamps from the Indigenous People, Birds, Friendly Nations, Mobile Post Office, General Mobilization and City of Hue sets paying an overall postage of 27D on an international air mail letter sent from Vung Tau to Sweden in October of 1970.

Mixed franking of the 50D Friendly Nations stamp together with stamps from the International Worker Organization and Destruction by the TET Offensive sets paying an overall postage of 98D on an international registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in April of 1971. Philadelphia arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 50D Friendly Nations stamp (2) together with stamps from the Folk Dance set paying an overall postage of 114D on an international registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to the Switzerland in February of 1971.

Mixed franking of the 50D Friendly Nations stamp (3) together with stamps from the Bird set paying an overall postage of 180D on an international registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to Austria in June of1971.

Mixed franking of the 50D Friendly Nations stamps (2) together with stamps from the Folk Dance and Nguyen Dinh Chien sets paying an overall postage of 122D on a registered international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in March of 1971. New York arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 50D Friendly Nations and 2D Folk Dances paying an overall postage of 52D on an international air mail letters ent from Vung Tau to the United States in November of 1971. The letter was judged to be deficient in postage as is indicated by the black “T” hand stamp on front. IT is unclear if the additional postage was ever collected ted in the U.S.

Registration Nr. 200810

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