South Vietnam, Revolt of the Tru’ng Sisters, February 27th, 1974, Michel Nr. SVN 550-552; Three stamps in nominals of 8D, 15D and 80D were issued in perforation 12.5:12.

Here is the mint 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 in matching sheet margins.

Enpreuves de Luxe; printed on cardboard paper.

Mixed franking carrying the full Sisters Tru’ng set plus stamps from the Animals, Hung Vu’o’ng and National development sets paying an overall postage of 280D on an registered international letter sent from Saigon to West Germany in May of 1974.

Mixed franking of the 15D and 80D Tru’ng Sisters stamps together with stamps from the Allied Fighters and Fisheries  paying an overall postage of 205D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to Switzerland in 1974.

Mixed franking of the 15D Tru’ng Sisters and 100D Wounded Soldier stamps paying an overall postage of 115D on an international air mail letter (full contents preserved) sent from Hue to Switzerland in April of 1974.

Mixed franking of the 80D Tru’ung Sisters and the 60D Development Aid paying an overall postage of 140D on an international air mail letter sent in July of 1974 from Saigon to the United States. U.S. Postal Service machine arrival cancel on the reverse.

Mixed franking of the 20D and 60D Development Aid stamps together with stamps from the Sights, Wax Soldiers, Sisters Tru’ng and the overprinted Agrarian Reform stamp paying an overall postage of 230D on an international air mail letters ent from Saigon to Switzerland in September of 1974.

Mixed franking of the Economic Development set together with stamps from the Tru’ng Sisters, Friendship with Allied Fighters, UPU, Year of the Buffalo and World Communication Day sets paying an overall postage of 880D on a rare international registered express mail letter sent from Can Tho to West Germany in December of 1974. Fulda arrival cachets/cancels on front and reverse. Ex Klewitz.

Mixed franking of the 20D Emperor Hung Vu’o’ng stamp together with stamps from the National Library, Day of the Farmer, Sisters Tru’ng and Allied Fighters sets paying an overall postage of 250D on an international air mail letter (full contents preserved) sent from Saigon to Switzerland in May of 1974.

Registration Nr. 201360

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