|March 6||Archaeological Objects|
|March 6||Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union -- 50th Anniversary|
|May 2||Europa 1972 -- Stars|
|May 2||Archery -- 3rd European Championships|
|May 2||Robert Schuman Medal -- 20th Anniversary of European Coal and Steel Community|
|September 11||European Court of Justice|
|September 11||National Monument of Solidarity|
|September 11||Rénert the Fox by Michel Rodange -- Centenary of Publication|
|December 4||Nativity II (Charity Issue)|
These stamps show Gallo-Roman artifacts in the collection of the State Museum of Luxembourg. The subjects are as follows:
This stamp shows 1F coins from both Belgium and Luxembourg.
The Archery Championships were held during the month of July, 1972 in Luxembourg.
The European Coal and Steel Community was the first European organization and had its headquarters in Luxembourg. Its mission was to set up a Common Market for coal and steel so that it could circulate freely amongst six member countries. Robert Schuman, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, but born in Luxembourg, was the architect of the ECSC.
The Court of Justice of the European Communities is located on the Kirchberg plateau. The 5-storey building opened in 1973 and the surrounding plaza features sculputures by Henry Moore and Luxembourger Lucien Wercollier.
This monument was inaugurated on October 10, 1971 by Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte. It is dedicated to the memory of all the people of Luxembourg who helped in the struggle for freedom of the country during World War II.
Rénert the Fox was an epic satirical work by Michel Rodange. It is well known for its inciteful analysis of the unique characteristics of the people of Luxembourg.
These stamps show five stained-glass windows from the Luxembourg Cathedral, depicting the following religious subjects: