|April 7, 1960||World Refugee Year|
|May 9, 1960||Schuman Plan - 10th Anniversary|
|May 9, 1960||First European School|
|June 14, 1960||Craftsmanship Exposition|
|June 14, 1960|
January 20, 1964
|Grand Duchess Charlotte - Definitives (tiara)|
|September 19, 1960||Europa 1960 - Spoked Wheel|
|December 5, 1960||Princess Marie-Astrid|
|May 15, 1961||Animal Protection|
|June 8, 1961||Tourist Destinations - Clervaux and Ettelbrück|
|September 18, 1961||Europe 1961 - Doves|
|December 4, 1961||Prince Henri|
|January 22, 1962||Cyclo-Cross World Championships|
|September 17, 1962||Diekirch Church|
|September 17, 1962||Europa 1962 -- Tree Leaves|
|December 3, 1962||Prince Jean and Princess Margaretha|
These stamps highlight the United Nation's World Refugee Year activities from July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960.
This stamp commemorates the 10th anniverary of the Schuman Plan of May 9, 1950. It was the blueprint for the formation of the European Coal and Steel Community.
The European School in Luxembourg was formed to educate the children of officials of the European Coal and Steel Community. It opened with a primary and nursery school, but a secondary school was added later. As a result of an inter-governmental agreement, signed on April 12, 1957, the school was officially recognized by the six European Community countries and graduates were permitted to enter institutions of higher education in any of these countries or Austria.
The National Exposition of Craftsmanship was held in Luxembourg-Limpertsberg on July 9-18, 1960.
|June 8, 1961||10c, 20c|
|January 20, 1964||25c|
|June 14, 1960||30c|
|October 15, 1960||50c|
|June 14, 1960||1F, 1.50F|
|June 8, 1961||2F|
|June 14, 1960||2.50F|
|November 15, 1961||3F|
|January 20, 1964||3.50F|
|June 14, 1960||5F|
|January 20, 1964||6F|
This new design for the Grand Duchess Charlotte definitives is based on a photograph by Édouard Kutter, the official Court photographer.
Princess Marie-Astrid, the eldest child of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte, was born on February 17, 1954 in Betzdorf castle.
These stamps were issued to promote awareness of the need to protect familiar animals such as birds, cats, horses, and dogs.
Clervaux is located in a deep and narrow valley along the river Clerve in the heart of the Ardennes. The primary attraction is the feudal castle, built in the 12th century by Gerhard von Sponheim, the first known lord of Clervaux. The castle was destroyed during the Battle of the Bulge (1944) but has been restored to its pre-war condition. Another attraction is the Benedictine Abbey of St. Maurice, built in 1910 in Romanesque-Burgundian style. It is situated on a hill overlooking the valley.
Ettelbrück is known as the Gateway to the Ardennes and occupies a central location where the valleys of the Sûre and Alzette meet. It is home to the Patton Memorial and the Patton Museum, both in honor of the American general who led the victory over the Germans in the Battle of the Bulge of 1944-45.
Prince Henri, the eldest son of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte, is the heir apparent. He was born on April 16, 1955 in Betzdorf castle.
The Cyclo-Cross World Championships were held in Esch-sur-Alzette on February 18, 1962.
The St. Laurent church (15th century), from which the town of Diekirch takes its name, is one of the oldest religious sites in Luxembourg and is built on the foundations of a 5th century Roman building. An altar from that period was discovered below the present floor during a 1961 restoration.
The twins Prince Jean and Princess Margaretha were born on May 15, 1957 in Betzdorf castle. They are the third and fourth children of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte.