1¢ Sheet Stamp Paying Second Class Rate

A one cent transient second class rate for newspapers and periodicals weighing up to two ounces was in affect until April 1, 1952. Currently, the number of solo uses of the 1¢ sheet stamp paying that rate is: 4.

Description: Stamps magazine periodical mailed to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the transient second class rate of 1¢.

Owner/Source: Richard Pederson.

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Description: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Sciences mailed from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to New York City at the transient second class rate of 1¢.

Owner/Source: Bob Hohertz website.

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Description: Second class mailing of a newspaper for letter carrier delivery within the origin post office at the second class rate of 1¢ for up tp two ounces.

Owner/Source: Bob Hohertz website.

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Description: The exhibit states "This wrapper demonstrates the correct Second Class, Controlled Circulation Rate usage with POSTMASTER Statement, "Contents 24 pages (or more) and precancel permit application on a periodical paying the single-piece, under two (2) ounces."

Owner/Source: Hal Klein Prexie Usage Exhibit.

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