THE WONDERLAND OF VIETNAMESE STAMPS _98
Stampday - Ancient Telephone - Code: 783
On March 10th, 1876, the world_s 1st telephone was invented in the United States of America by Alexander Graham Bell. His invention of transmission of voice through telephone marked the starting point of a new era of mankind_s modern media.
For the past 120 years, global network of telephone has well developed and became a major media to satisfy human_s demand of transiting information, exchanging emotion _ work,... for each nation in particularly and throughout the world in general.
On the occasion of 35th Anniversary of Posts and Telecommunications Branch (15/8/1945 - 15/8/1998), Department General of Posts _ Telecommunications (DGPT) issues the stampset "Stampday - Ancient telephone" with one value of 400d, showing an ancient telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 to remind us of the starting point of communications.
Date of issue
Mrs. Vu Kim Lien (COTEVINA)
43 x 32 (mm)
160 x 110 (mm)
Postal Stamp Printing Enterprise (in Ho Chi Minh City)