|March 14||Archaeological Objects|
|April 30||Europa 1973 -- Arrows|
|April 30||Day Nurseries|
|September 10||Roman Art|
|September 10||Luxembourg Board of Labor -- 50th Anniversary|
|September 10||Council of Malines -- 500th Anniversary|
|September 10||National Strike Monument|
|December 5||Religious Statuettes (Charity Issue)|
These stamps show archaeological objects found in Luxembourg:
This stamp publicizes the importance of beekeeping in the Grand Duchy.
This stamp publicizes the important of day nurseries in the Grand Duchy.
These stamps show two examples of Roman art from Luxembourg: the head of a column in the Byzantine Hall in Vianden castle and the Madonna and Child statue from St. Irmina's Church in Rosport.
The Luxembourg Board of Labor was formed in 1923.
The Council of Malines was a judicial body that acted as the ultimate court of appeal for Luxembourg from 1473 until 1794. The document setting up the Council was ratified by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy and of Luxembourg, in 1473.
The National Strike Monument in Wiltz honors the Luxembourg resistance heroes who died during the 1942 strike to protest the conscription of Luxembourg youth into the army of the German occupier.
These stamps depict five religious statues based on designs from the altar screen of the Hermitage of Hachiville: