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Obtain Application Forms from ASME. Sign a Service Agreement with an Authorized Inspection Agency (AIA) Submit Application Forms to ASME and transfer Fees. Purchase ASME Code Books.
All US postage stamps are coated with an invisible taggant that is detectable under ultraviolet light. When letters are inducted into the cancellation process they are also scanned by a UV light.
Genuine stamps (see bottom stamps in attached picture) are printed on tagged paper that glows yellow-green under a shortwave UV light (blacklight), while counterfeit stamps (see top stamps received from this seller in attached picture) are not printed on tagged paper and exhibit a bright bluish glow.
Genuine stamps will have the following anti-fraud features: Die cuts within the body of the stamps. The words 'Royal Mail' printed in a special ink across the surface of the stamp. Wider oval perforations along both sides, close to the base of the stamp.
Enter the USPS tracking number (to find it, simply look at the bottom of a shipping label) in the search bar. do not include any dashes or spaces. Click on Check Status. View the scan history and status information of your package.
Over the Internet at by entering the USPS Tracking® number shown on the mailing receipt. By telephone using the item's USPS Tracking number. By bulk electronic file transfer for mailers who provide an electronic manifest to the USPS.
Stamp collecting is generally accepted as one of the areas that make up the wider subject of philately, which is the study of stamps. A philatelist may, but does not have to, collect stamps. It is not uncommon for the term philatelist to be used to mean a stamp collector.
The Greek ateleia meant "exemption from payment," an exemption that was marked by a stamp. So a philatelist is literally a person who "loves stamps." The world of the philatelist is a strange and tiny one. It makes one wonder why someone starts collecting stamps in the first place.
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