|March 8||Birthdays -- Charlotte (80th) and Henri (21st)|
|March 8||Merovingian Artifacts|
|May 3||Europa 1976 -- Craftwork|
|May 3||United States of America -- Bicentennial|
|May 3||Montreal Olympic Games|
|May 3||Young Music Friends|
|September 9||Renaissance Art|
|September 9||Alexander Graham Bell -- Centenary of First Telephone Call|
|December 6||Protected Plants II (Charity Issue)|
These stamps commemorate the 80th birthday of Grand Duchess Charlotte (born 1896), who abdicated in 1964, and the 21st birthday of her grandson, the heir apparent Crown Prince Henri (born 1955).
These stamps show four ancient artifacts from the Merovingian period (5th-7th century):
These stamps show two works of pottery in support of the Europa theme of "craftwork" -- a soup tureen with lid and a deep bowl.
This stamp pays a grateful tribute to the bicentennial of the United States of America. The U.S.A. will also be remembered by Luxembourgers for the important role it played in the liberation of 1944.
This stamp publicizes the 1976 Olympic Games held in Montreal, Canada.
The "Jeunesses Musicales" organization was founded in Belgium in 1940 and a chapter opened in Luxembourg in 1946. Its goal is to foster interest in music and the arts, particularly to school children. It has organized many concerts in Luxembourg and has set up music courses for the benefit of youthful musicians.
Alexander Graham Bell worked out the principle of the telephone in 1874, and in 1876, at the Philadelphia exhibition, he demonstrated a device using the transmission of sound by electricity, and this device earned him the honor of being the inventor of the first usable telephone. The first telephone service in Luxembourg was introduced by an Act of February 20, 1884.
These stamps depict plants that are protected by Luxembourg law in order that they may better survive as the country continues to industrialize: