South Vietnamese Machine Free Franks (according to the International Postage Meter Stamp Catalogue)

A1. Satas “C” (MV), 1953 on an international post card sent from a staff member of the M/S Anna Salen located in Saigon at the time to West germany in July of 1954.

A1. Satas “C” (MV), 1953. on an international letters ent from Saigon Chanh to France oil November of 1956.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV). Late usage of this type in March of 1973 with a, so far, unlisted machine type “SC 3021” on a registered international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the Central Bank in West Germany.

DA1.2. Satas “R” (MV) on an international air mail letter sent from Dalat to West Germany in July of 1960. Ex Klewitz

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV) on an international air mail letter sent from Dalat to West Germany in November of 1960. Ex Klewitz.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV). on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to France in February of 1974.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV) on a registered international air mail letter sent from Cholon to the United States in November of 1972. Note that the cancel inscription was rotated by 45 degrees, so this may in fact represent another different type. In this case the country name “Viet-Nam” is on the left and name of the city “Saigon” on the right. Laguna Beach arrival cancel on the reverse.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV) on a registered international express air mail letter sent from Da-Nang to Saigon in April of 1971. Note that the cancel inscription was rotated by 45 degrees, so this may in fact represent another different type.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV) on a registered international air mail letter sent from Hue to Saigon in August of 1972. Note that the cancel inscription was rotated by 45 degrees, so this may in fact represent another different type. In this particular case the name of the city is located on the left and the country name “Viet-Nam” on the right.

DB1. Postalia (MV). (South Viet Nam only) Type B on a rare surface mail printed matter mailing sent from Saigon to the United States in June of 1961.

DB1. Postalia (MV). (South Viet Nam only) Type B on an official air mail letter sent by the Civil Aviation Department to Canada in February of 1975.

DB1. Postalia (MV). (South Viet Nam only) Variety without the word GAMI under the type number at the bottom right struck on a very rare domestic printed matter mailing setoff rom Saigon to Cong Hua Hospital.

DB1. Postalia (MV). (South Viet Nam only) unlisted variety of the Type B frank that includes the Postalia GAMI advertisement segment between the cancel and the frank on a registered air mail letter sent from Saigon to West Germany. Rare!

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV). on a rare registered express air mail letter sent from Dalat to the United States in May of 1971.

DA1.3. Satas “R” (MV)on a registered  international Red Cross mail letter sent from Saigon to Switzerland in February of 1979.

DA1.4. Satas “P” (MV) on a very rare domestic express mail letter sent from My Tho in July of 1972.

Registration Nr. 200001

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