South Vietnam, Labor Day, May 1st, 1967, Michel Nr. SVN 384-387; Four stamps in nominals of 0.50D, 1D, 3D and 8D were issued in perforation 13:12.5.

Here is the mint set

Complete mint sheet of the 0.50D value.

Mint blocks of four with sheet number

and here the postally used set

Large postally used block of nine of the high 8D value, probably from a package wrapper.

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

Enpreuves de Luxe; Imprimerie Des Timbres-Poste, Paris inscribed at bottom right.

Mixed franking of the 2D Private Ownership stamp together with stamps from the Flowers, UNICEF, Labor Day, National Unity and 3.Anniversary of the Revolution sets paying an overall postage of 28.70D on an international letter sent from Danang to West Germany.

Mixed franking of the 6D Nguyen Dinh Chien stamp together with stamps from the City of Hue and Labor Day sets paying an overall postage of 47D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in March of 1971.

Mixed franking of the 0.50D stamps (2) from the Labor Day set plus stamps from the Folk Dances and Worker Organization sets paying an overall postage of 47D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in March of 1971.

Mixed franking of the 20D City of Hue stamps (4) together with stamps from the TET-Offensive and Labor Daysets paying an overall postage of 97D on a registered international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in February of 1971. New York arrival cancel on the reverse.

Rare multiple franking of the 1D value (2) paying the 50% discounted military tariff of 2D on a domestic letter sent in November of 1967 by a member of the military (KBC 6138) to a civilian in Saigon.

Single franking of the 3D value on an official letter sent from Poa Vinh to Saigon in May of 1969.

Single franking of the 3D Labor DayStamp sent in March of 1970 by a member of the military (KBC 3198) to a civilian in Saigon. The postage was deficient as indicated by the triangular “T” hand stamp in front resulting in two postage due stamps being attached to the reverse (1D and 5D).

Multiple franking of the 3D value paying an overall postage of 6D on a domestic letter sent from Can Tho to Nha Trang in February of 1970.

Multiple franking of the 3D value paying an overall postage of 6D on a domestic letter sent from Hue to Nha Trang.

Mixed franking of the 9D Trans-Vietnamese Railway stamp together with the 3D Labor Day and 4D Children Protection stamp paying an overall postage of 16D on an international ir mail letter sent from Can Tho to France in January of 1970.

Single franking of the 8D value on a domestic registered letter sent from Saigon to Nha Trang in June of 1968. Illegible transit/arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 20D Urban Development stamps (2) together with the 8D Labor Day stamp paying an overall postage of 48D on  rare express air mail letter sent from Saigon to Australia in March of 1968.

Registration Nr. 200710

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