Monday, January 5, 2009
Here is another example showing how the “cut corner” was used to verify the printed matter rate. It was sent from Asuncion using the 1900 issue 8c value to pay the rate. However, since the U.S. postal regulations required that printed matter could be sent only unsealed it was considered to be a first class letter and charged double the international letter rate.
Posted by Joe Hahn at 7:34 PM