Postage Paid - Scout MailBy Hallvard Slettebø
|Mailers may be authorised to send mail without affixing postage if payment is made at the time of mailing, this payment may be from an advance deposit account. A postage prepaid article is an article which is imprinted with the words "postage paid" or words of like effect, or on which appears a postage stamp or a representation of a postage stamp.|
|The amount paid as postage for prepaid products in some cases equal the amount that would have been payable on the article if it had not been impressed with a postage prepaid imprint. In some instances, a discount is achieved if more than a given number of articles are mailed at the same time.|
Items with postage prepaid by other means that affixing stamps are known from a number of Scouting organisations. Probably many more exist than those which are depicted here.|
Please inform the author at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can supply additional information.
United States Updated!
Thank you to scout stamp collectors who have
supplied information on the Postage Paid items:
Lawrence Clay, U.S.A.|
Ken Colgrave, Australia
Bob Gelwicks, U.S.A.
Eugenio Giudici, Italy
Steinar Halvorsen, Norway
José Miguel Herrero, Spain
Torbjørn Larsson-Fedde, Norway
Peter Michaelsen, Denmark
Runar Øvstegård, Norway