Parcel Post Killer Examples

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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
PPK oval example.jpg

 

The following cancel is classified as Type 3as and uses a Target Parcel Post Killer
Antares var a example.jpg

 

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
California ppb example.jpg

 

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
ReinaMercedes ppo example.jpg

 

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
Pennsylvania ppr example.jpg


 


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