South Vietnam, Year of International Cooperation , June 26th, 1965, Michel Nr. SVN 335-337; Three stamps in nominals of 50c, 1D and 1.50D were issued in perforation 13.

Here is the mint set.

and here the postally used set.

Mint complete sheets of the issue with First Day cancellation in the margin.

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 bottom sheet margins.

Enpreuves de Luxe; “Imprimerie des Timbres-Poste, Paris” inscribed at bottom right.

Folded letter featuring the 50C International Cooperation and 1P Sports stamps paying the 50% discounted military tariff of 1.50P sent in April of 1966 by a member of the military (KBC 3338/Headquarters Battalion-Marine Division) to a civilian in Saigon.

Mixed franking of the 80c and 3D Third Anniversary of the Revolution stamps together with stamps from the At Mail, Confucius Year, Wandering Souls, International Cooperation, Rural Youth Organization, Tru’ng Sisters and Vietnam Assistance sets paying an overall postage of 24.10D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to Switzerland in October of 1967.

Mixed franking of stamps from the University Education, Nuclear Energy, Railroad and International Cooperation sets paying an overall postage of 24.50D on a registered international letter sent from Saigon to France in November of 1965.

Mixed franking of the International Cooperation stamps together with the 5D Saigon-Bien Hua Highway stamp paying an overall postage of 8D on an international air mail letters ent from Saigon to France.

Mixed franking of the 1D Year of International Cooperation stamp together with two 6D Human Right stamps paying an overall postage of 13D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in January of 1966.

Mixed franking of two 1D Year of International Cooperation stamps together with the 20D Boy Scout stamp paying an overall postage of 22D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in July of 1965.

Mixed franking of the 3D Building value (4) together with the 1D International Cooperation stamp paying an overall postage of 13D on an international air mail letter sent from Saigon to the United States in July of 1969.

Mixed franking of the 1D International Cooperation together with the 2D Fight against Malaria stamps paying an overall postage of 3D on a domestic letter sent from Saigon to Chau Doc in June of 1965. Transit and arrival cancels on the reverse.

Rare single franking of the 1.50D value on a domestic letter (full contents preserved) sent by a member of the military (KBC 3328/Naval Fleet Headquarters in Saigon) to a civilian in Tan Dinh. 1.50D was the 50% discounted military rate which normally would have required the application of KBC unit cachet on the envelope. This is missing here and the words “Quan Thu” (Military Mail) was added in manuscript. Cancelled with the civilian Saigon machine cancel in September of 1966.

Registration Nr. 200540

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