|March 15||Echternach Miniature Paintings|
|May 3||Europa 1971 -- Links|
|May 3||Christian Workers Union -- 50th Anniversary|
|May 3||International Olympic Committee -- 71st Session|
|July 1||Grand Duke Jean -- Definitives (2.50 F, 4 F, 5 F, 8 F)|
|September 13||Sites and Buildings -- Upper Sûre Lake, S.E.B.E.S, ARBED|
|September 13||School Savings Plan -- 10th Anniversary|
|December 6||Nativity I (Charity Issue)|
These stamps show works created by monks at the Echternach scriptorium around 1040. The topics depicted are as follows:
Upper Sûre Lake is an artificial lake created by the damming of the Sûre River to provide an accessible drinking water supply for the country. Most of the lake is open for recreational purposes, and is now a very popular place for swimming, fishing, yachting, and canoeing.
S.E.B.E.S. is the Water Authority of the Esch-sur-Sûre Dam and is responsible for treating the water from behind the dam to make it safe for human consumption.
ARBED is the largest industrial company in the country and operates four steel plants in Luxembourg. It employs over 10,000 people and accounts for around 15% of the gross domestic product of the Grand Duchy. This stamp shows the administrative headquarters of ARBED on the Avenue de la Liberté across from the Place des Martyrs. It was built from 1919-22 by architects René Théry of Brussels and Sosthène Weis of Luxembourg.
The School Savings Plan was set up by the State Savings Bank in 1961 to provide a convenient way for students to save their money.
These stamps show wooden statuettes from the Nativity scene on display in the Beaufort church. The five subjects are as follows: