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Collection Studio 4.76

[ release date: May 31, 2024 ]


library article Cinderellas

library article Dispensing

library article History of stamps

library article Postage due

library article Postage stamp

library article Souvenir sheets (miniature sheet)

library article Stamp collecting

library article Test stamps


Since their inception there have been numerous innovative developments in how stamps have been dispensed and sold. Recently one has been able to print up postage stamps from one's personal computer. In 2002 the United States Postal Service licensed to issue NetStamps, postage that can be printed up on special labels and, unlike previous postage the USPS licensed individuals to print up on their computers, these stamps can be used on any date, not just the date one prints them up. (There are other types of computer-vended postage as well).

For instance, ATM stamps have been sold at automatic teller machines (ATMs), although the may be sold via stamp catalogues of the postal service or possibly at philatelic windows. They must be the same size and thickness as currency in order to be dispensed by the ATM.