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A letter is date-stamped when it bears a hand-stamped postal mark, as opposed to a hand-written annotation, containing a date, whether on an address leaf, address wrapper, or envelope. The practice of postal date-stamping dates from 1661. See bishop mark.


Subjects: Bibliography.

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