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Vietnam issues love-themed postage stamps on February 14


The second set of “Love Stamps” in the series of postage stamps exploiting the theme of Love in many levels of love will be released by the Ministry of Information and Communications on February 14.

Valentine’s Day is an important holiday of the year for love pieces. Previously, Valentine’s Day was only available in North America and Europe, but now it is popular in most countries around the world. In Vietnam, in recent years, Valentine’s Day has been enthusiastically welcomed and responded by young people.

Overcoming the limitations of space, time, gender and age, love has become the purest, most sacred and noble emotion.

The set of “Love Stamps” released in 2022 is the second set in a series of love-themed stamps that have been and will be issued by the Ministry of Information and Communications from 2020 to 2024.

With the desire to convey love messages full of humanity and meaning, on the occasion of Valentine’s Day, February 14 this year, the Ministry of Information and Communications will continue to issue a set of postage stamps “Love Stamps”. The stamp set includes 1 sample with a size of 37 x 37 mm, with a face price of VND 4,000, designed by artist Nguyen Quang Vinh. A special feature of the “Love Stamps” set to be released this year is the Vernish-printed stamp locating the rose in the center of the stamp template, incorporating a sweet rose scent.

The Postal Stamps Board, Vietnam Post Corporation (Vietnam Post) said that, with a condensed and modern visual style, the “Love Stamps” set represents the most wonderful stage of love, when the relationship relationship has been connected, tightened love to build happiness together. The stamp set is like a pink heart-shaped gift, a symbol of happiness that God bestows on the couple. The word “Love” is stylized as a ribbon with the connecting point being a rose (a flower symbolizing love), the stamp background is red roses as a wish for a happy couple.

According to the issuance decision issued by the Ministry of Information and Communications on February 9, more than 522,800 “Love Stamps” will be officially circulated on the public postal network from February 14, 2022 to December 31, 2023.

In this release, Vietnam Post launches a series of products with stamp sets, such as: Stamps with illustrated margins, First Issue Day Envelopes (FDC), Maximal Postcards (Maxicard) and Stamp Book.

With the idea of ​​exploiting the theme of love according to the levels of love, Vietnam Post has designed a series of stamps showing 3 stages in love: the incipient stage of love (the set of stamps released in 2020); Love connection phase (stamp set released in 2022); Stage of Eternal Love (scheduled for release in 2024).

Vietnam issues love-themed postage stamps on February 14
The first set of “Love Stamps” released on February 14, 2020 also includes a 37 x 37 mm square stamp sample.

In particular, the first set of postage stamps in the series of love-themed stamps was issued by the Ministry of Information and Communications on February 14, 2020. The stamp set also includes 1 sample, priced at 4,000 VND and designed by artist Nguyen Quang Vinh. “Love Stamps” released in 2020 is the first set of stamps that Vietnam Post applies scent stamp printing technology.

Currently, on the website of Vietnam Stamp Company under Vietnam Post at vietnamstamp.com.vn, stamp lovers can order online the “Love Stamps” set of 2 and accompanying publications. After the stamp set is officially released, the stamps will be delivered to the buyer.

Van Anh

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