Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display

For the first time, nearly 200 documents on the national emblem together with artist Bui Trang Chuoc’s (1915-1992) original drafts of the national emblem have been introduced to the public in celebration of the 76th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (September 2).
Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display hinh anh 1Sketches of Vietnam’s national emblem designed by artist Bui Trang Chuoc (1915-1992) are on display at the exhibition. (Photo: VNA)
Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display hinh anh 2112 original sketches of the national emblem, designed by artist Bui Trang Chuoc (1915-1992) are introduced to the public in celebration of the 76th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (September 2). (Photo: VNA)
Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display hinh anh 3Sketches of the national emblem designed by artist Bui Trang Chuoc (1915-1992) are on display at the exhibition. (Photo: VNA)
Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display hinh anh 4The national emblem is circular in shape. In the middle of a red background is a five-pointed gold star encircled by rice ears, below which is half a cogwheel and the inscription “Cong hoa xa hoi chu nghia Viet Nam” (Socialist Republic of Vietnam). (Photo: VNA)
Original drafts of Vietnam's national emblem on display hinh anh 5Of his 112 sketches of the national emblem, from general to detailed, 15 were submitted to the Prime Minister in October 1954 for a final decision. (Photo: VNA)
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