Discriminating marks; signs; tokens; indications; appearances.
Imprint in the upper right corner of the mail indicating postage information or payment
An indicia is a permit printed on a mail piece that denotes the class of mail and the means of postage payment. It is synonymous with permit imprint or postal permit. Back
Mailing permit information required by the Post Office; replaces a stamp. to top
An imprinted designation on mail that denotes postage payment (e.g. Permit imprint).
Usually a reference to the mailing indicia, the printed free-postage marks on BRCs and BREs.
A special permit which takes the place of a stamp.
Markings on bulk mailings used as a substitute for stamps or cancellations.
Imprinted designations on mail pieces to denote payment of postage. Printed in the upper right corner of the envelope, usually used for bulk mail.
Preprinted marking (stamp area) on each piece of Standard Mail denoting postage paid.
a block of information indicating that postage has been paid
a imprinted designation on a mailpiece that indicates postage payment
a permit or imprint
a permit that we can print on your mailing pieces that denotes postage
Postal information placed on printed materials for mailing purposes.
A postal permit printed in the upper right corner of the envelope, usually used for bulk mail. A special permit is required from the Postal Service.
postal information placed on a printed product.
Postal permit information preprinted on envelopes, mailing cartons, newsletters, etc.
Postage permit located on the upper right corner of an envelope which is pre- printed and requires no postage stamp.
The permit imprint placed in the upper right hand corner of a mailpiece in lieu of a stamp or meter impression. The permit is formatted in the shape of a box with the words “PRESORTED STD” or “Nonprofit Org”, US Postage Paid, City State, and Permit Number inside. An advanced debit account is maintained by the Post Office, and is debited accordingly with each mailing.
Imprinted designations on mail pieces to denote payment of postage. (These pieces must be part of a bulk or mass mailing and be prepared according to USPS standards.)
Preprinted postage on a mail piece. An indicia may contain the organization's name and is used instead of a postage stamp or a meter stamp. It is also called a permit imprint.
An image and/or text pre-printed on mailing envelopes in place of a stamp.
Imprinted designations used on mail pieces denoting method of postage payment.
An imprint on postal stationery indicating prepayment of postage. The plural is also "indicia."
The preprinted information on the envelope or self-mailer. Preprinted indicia contains the class of mail and permit number of the mailer ( e.g., "First Class US Postage Paid, Permit #1, Bethpage, NY" or "Bulk Rate US Postage Paid, Permit #1, Bethpage, NY", etc.)
Mailing permit information that is preprinted on envelopes, BRCs, etc.
a preprinted marking on each piece of a Standard Mail (A) (formerly known as "Bulk" or "Third Class") that shows payment of postage by the sender.
Postal information place on a printed product.
A mark representing a postal permit.
A printed sign on an item of mail showing the postage paid.
1. A page in a publication that contains publication name, date of issue, frequency, serial number, publication office, subscription price, and notice of entry information, appearing in the first five pages. 2. Postal marking on bulk mail used instead of postage stamps, cancellation, and postmarks.
Postal permit printed on items to be mailed.
A preprinted endorsement on a mailing piece that indicates postage has been prepaid by the mailer.
Markings pre-printed on mailing envelopes to replace the stamp.
The imprinted designations used on mailpieces denoting method of postage payment.
An imprint indicating postage was paid.
The postage mark printed on the mail piece with a postage meter.
Pre-printed marks on mailing envelopes used instead of stamp to indicate postage information
An imprinted designation (such as a postal permit) on a piece of mail that indicates postage payment. It can be used in place of a stamp or meter mark.
A unique printed artwork box in the top right corner of an envelope, authorized by the post office, indicating that postage has been paid by the mailer.
A postal permit pre-printed on the upper right hand corner of the envelope showing that a fee has been paid to obtain special mailing privileges.
postal permit information printed on objects to be mailed; accepted by the US Postal Service in lieu of stamps.
nformation which identifies a specific permit holder. Printed on the mailing piece in place of a standard postage stamp.
Postal permit information printed on objects to be mailed and accepted by USPS in lieu of stamps.