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Posted 11/25/2021   2:35 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add LaoPhil to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Definitive: Education and Fine Arts - 1959
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane

During the French colonial period, relatively few schools were constructed in Laos. After 1955, the Royal government began constructing elementary and secondary schools. In 1958, Sisavang Vong University was established in Vientiane and regional technical colleges were established in Luang Prabang, Pakse and Savannakhet. Formal arts training began in 1959 with the establishment of National School of Fine Arts and National School of Music and Dance in Vientiane under the Ministry of Education. This set of stamps commemorates the establishment of these schools and the importance of education and art.

Stage Performance
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Student and the light of education
Engraver: Roger Fenneteaux:

Key of Education
Engraver: Jean Miermont:

Stage Performance
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:


Maxicard with a photo of a Lao dancer used to designed the stamp, signed by the engraver Jean Pheulpin:
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Definitive: Buddhist Monuments - 1959
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane

Wat Phu, Champassak
Engraver: Raoul Serres:

That Ing Hang, Savannakhet
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Wat Phu, Champassak
Engraver: Pierre Gandon:

Pha That Luang, Vientiane
Engraver: Charles Mazellin:

Pha That Luang, Vientiane
Engraver: Pierre Munier:

That Chom Si, Luang Prabang
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

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Semi Postal: World Refugee Year - 1960
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane, Engraver: Jean Pheulpin
Overprinted former stamps

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Tourism Promotion - 1960

Plain of Jar, Xieng Khouang Province
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane, Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Pha Pheng Falls, Champasak Province
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane, Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Rural Laotian cart pulled by buffaloes
Designer: Marc Leguay, Engraver: Jean Miermont:

Lao Scene
Designer: Marc Leguay, Engraver: Roger Fenneteaux:


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Here is a Sunken Die Proof signed by the engraver Jean Pheulpin of the above stamp shows Pha Pheng Waterfall:

High resolution of the stamp area (blue color):

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Funeral of King Sisavang Vong - 1961
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane

King Sisavang Vong ruled Kingdom of Laos in years 1904-1959. He died on October 29, 1959 and was buried in Wat That Luang, Vientiane. He was succeeded by his son, King Savang Vatthana.

Funeral Urn
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Funeral Urn under Canopy
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

Catafalque on Dragon Carriage
Engraver: André Frères:

King Sisavang Vong
Engraver: Jules Piel:





Photo of the funeral taken by W. E. Garret, National Geographic Photographer:
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Posted 01/24/2022   4:15 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add DeeBee to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
I love these issues. Beautiful combination of engraved art as well as colours. Some of the French community in Africa come close, as well.
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Makha Bousa Festival - 1962
Designer: Marc Leguay

The Makha Bousa (Thai: Maghapuja) festival commemorates the great speech given by Buddha at deer park near Benares to 1250 monks.

Pou Gneu Nha Gneu, the legendary creators of Luang Prabang
Engraver: Roger Fenneteaux

Garuda Legend
Engraver: André Frères

Hanuman, the Monkey god, one of the hero of Phra Lak Phra Ram Epic (Ramayana)
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin

Nang Teng One Legend
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin



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Hello, LaoPhil, love to see your postings again, a real great enjoyment :D
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Thank you very much, Stamp-fun! Glad to meet you here and hope to see your great posts too. I am posting in several different threads in this site, especially in the engraver forum in which I am posting my Laos collection and my engraved Art stamps collection! enjoy SCF and enjoy philately!! Regards
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Coronation of King Savang Vatthana - 1962
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane, Engraver: Jean Pheulpin

Prince Savang Vatthana was born on November 13, 1907 in Luang Prabang. He was the son of King Sisavang Vong and Queen Kham-Oun I. In 1951, he served as Prime Minister and was assigned Regent on August 20, 1959 when his father became ill. On October 29, 1959, after his father death, he informally ascended the throne.




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Eradication of Malaria Campaign - 1962

A set of stamps issued to help fund the global program for the eradication of Malaria launched by the UN and increase world-wide publicity and education about the fight against Malaria.

Lao Boy and the Campaign Logo
Designer: Marc Leguay, Engraver: Pierre Munier:

Lao Girl and the Campaign Logo
Designer: Marc Leguay, Engraver: Jean Pheulpin:

The Malaria Campaign Emblem, the World Health Organization logo fights the Anopheles mosquito vector and the slogan: "The world united against Malaria" ("Le Monde uni contre le Paludisme").
Designer: Chamnane Prisayane, Engraver: Roger Fenneteaux:

Issued in SS and as imperforate stamps:


Official FDC:
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