Aesthetically Pleasing Mailer's Postmark for All Mail Piece Sizes
We took our most popular and smart looking design of all our Mailer's Postmark Permit cancellation stamps and
widened it just a little so that it would work better in virtually all mail applications. The overall width of the resulting
postmark is right at 2-3/4" wide. Still small enough to fit nicely when cancelling stamps on postcards and yet
the killer bars are wide enough to handle a couple of stamps on number 6 envelopes and larger, without looking
unproportional overall. Not to mention that this Mailer's Postmark Permit Cancel traditional hand stamp is made for
many years of trouble-free service from real rubber. The stamp is laser engraved for sharp, crisp impressions on your philatelic creations.
And just so you'll know, producing the finest rubber stamps for your mailings is our primary concern!
MPP HANDSTAMP FEATURES:
- Highest quality rubber is deeply LASER engraved
- Rubber die is closely cropped to reduce halo-ing.
- Die is mounted to standard, Cherry rubber stamp molding
with thick foam cushion - easy to place, easy on the fingers.
- Use our Vertical Date Applicator or our custom made,
friction fit MMM/YYYY slugs to apply dates.
(If using a horizontal band dater, use size 00.)
- Use ANY color ink pad (sold separately).
- Impression size: 2-23/32" wide x 1" high
DELUXE Model - You may also order this MPP rubber stamp mounted on wood, hour-glass shaped ART mount molding.
This option allows the rubber die to be mounted onto the foam cushion, then both die and cushion are
closely cropped before mounting to the molding. This also allows more space between the surface of the
stamp and the mount -- meaning less chance for errant ink smudges. Art mount molding is laser indexed, too!
ZIPCODE TYPE - This postmark rubber stamp may also be ordered as a Type "Z" if so desired. Type Z does not use the name
of the city and state. The words "Mailed From Zipcode 12345," for example, is all that is used within the CDS portion of the postmark.
You may also refer to other examples of a Type Z shown here on WCP-NM.COM or, refer to the USPS Domestic Mail Manual.