|March 6||Association Anniversaries -- FSPL, CGFP, FSFL, and CFL|
|March 6||Environment Protection|
|March 6||European Parliament -- 2nd Election|
|May 7||Europa 1984 -- Bridge|
|May 7||Paintings from Pescatore Museum|
|May 7||Los Angeles Olympic Games|
|September 10||Restored Castles -- Hollenfels and Larochette|
|September 10||World War II Liberation -- 40th Anniversary|
|December 5||Children's Portraits I (Caritas Issue)|
These stamps commemorate the anniversaries of four Luxembourg organizations:
These stamps depict two ways to protect the environment -- the establishment of vehicle-free pedestrian zones and water pollution abatement.
This stamp highlights the elections of the European Parliament, a body giving some of the strongest impulses on the way to European unification.
These Europa stamps commemorate the 25th anniversary of the European Conference on Posts and Telecommunications (CEPT).
Four masterpieces from the Pescatore Museum are shown on these stamps:
This stamp publicizes the 1984 Olympic Games held in Los Angeles, U.S.A.
The restored castles of Hollenfels (14th century) and Larochette (12th century) are featured on these stamps.
These stamps show fossils found in Luxembourg and are part of the paleontology collection of the Natural History Museum in Luxembourg:
This stamp honors the American troops who played an important role in liberation of Luxembourg on September 10, 1944.
These stamps depict the Nativity and portraits of children based on a graphic study of the physionomy of the child, the mirror of its soul: