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Locy Code PPB, PPO, and PPR Examples

Parcel Post Killer

“Parcel Post Killer” is a generic term for a variety of devices intended only to cancel or “kill” stamps.

The following postmark is a Double Oval Parcel Post Killer


The following cancel is classified as Type 3as and uses a Target Parcel Post Killer


Code PPB

A Parcel post Box (PPB) is any rectangular or square device with the ship’s name (and potentially other data).

The following postmark is classified as Code PPB

 

 
Code PPO

A Parcel Post Oval (PPO) is any oval or round device that has the ship’s name (and potentially other data).

The following postmark is classified as Code PPO


Code PPR

A Parcel Post Roller (PPR) is any device that can be rolled across a letter or package so as to produce a continuous marking with the ship’s name (and potentially other data).

The following postmark is classified as Code PPR

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