a piece of printed security paper, usually gummed, produced by the BEP or other authorized printer under controlled and secure conditions, sold by the Post Office, to be used by a mailer to evidence payment of postage.
Any stamp, postage impression or postage meter impression authorized by Canada Post for the purpose of paying postage. (timbre-poste)
(aka: "postage stamp green") a green with a particularly small surface area presenting a demanding target (i.e. small as a postage stamp).
A term used to describe the scenario in which a picture displayed on a television screen is framed on all four sides by black bars. The picture appears to be letterboxed and pillar boxed simultaneously, resulting in a very small picture being displayed in the center of the television screen. A postage stamp display can occur in certain conditions when video is converted from one format and aspect ratio to another.
a token that postal fees have been paid
a mighty small thing, but it sticks to one thing until it gets there/ Advertise your business and be a stamp
an adhesive label pasted on envelopes and other postal articles as an evidence of the pre-payment of fee for postal services
a stamp or impression approved by Canada Post that indicates postage payment, which can be used on certain mail items
a tiny piece of paper, representing an obligation by a government to perform a certain postal duty
A pattern in Bingo where four numbers are marked off to make a postage stamp pattern (2x2) in any of the four corners.
A gummed or self-adhesive paper stamp affixed to mail as payment for postal services. When you send mail with FLIP Post there is no need to use a postage stamp
a rectangular sticker that you attach to the upper right corner of an envelope to pay for sending the letter. Stamps cost different prices because some mail costs more to send. There are interesting pictures on some stamps, which many collectors like to save.
A postage stamp suggests you'll be sending or receiving and important letter.
A postage stamp is evidence of pre-paying a fee for postal services. Usually a small paper rectangle that is attached to an envelope, the postage stamp signifies that the person sending the letter or package may have either fully, or perhaps partly, pre-paid for delivery. Using postage stamps is the most popular alternative to using a prepaid-postage envelope.