Newly issued stamps to feature native Vietnamese chickens

VOV.VN - A collection of four stamps showcasing a range of native Vietnamese chickens is set to be issued on August 25 by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

The release of the upcoming stamp collection is being done with the aim of introducing the biodiversity of Vietnamese chickens and raising greater awareness of the need to conserve rare Vietnamese chicken species.

The four stamps will feature species such as the Multi-toed chicken, Dong Tao chicken, H'Mong chicken, and Lac Thuy chicken, with each one costing between VND4,000 and VND12,000.

The new stamps are sized 37 x 37 (mm) and have been designed by local artist Nguyen Du of the Vietnam Post Corporation in a graphic style.

The collection will be available in post offices nationwide from August 25 and can be purchased until June 30, 2023.

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