1.) a unit of stamps produced for use in a traditional booklets (those with cardboard covers). Such booklet panes usually, but not always, have water activated gum. Panes in a traditional booklet usually (but not always) have six stamps. 2.) a unit of self-adhesive stamps sold by the post office as a complete booklet that may be folded for the sake of convenience to form a convertible booklet. 3.) a unit of stamps sold as a booklet through a vending machine. Branch - a retail postal facility that is subordinate to a primary (main) post office. Brinkerhoff Perforations
A special sheet containing only a small number of stamps made for a stamp booklet.
A small "page" of stamps in a stamp booklet. The panes are sometimes made up of mixed-value stamps, popular with some collectors. Some panes contain a mix of stamps and non-postally valid labels advertising postal services or products.
A small sheet of stamps specially cut to be sold in booklets.
A leaf or page of stamps from a booklet.
A small sheet, or leaf, of stamps from a stamp booklet, without cardbord cover.
Panes of stamps especially cut and printed to be sold in booklets. Booklets usually contain two or three of these panes. They are straight edged on two or three sides.
A "page" of stamps from a booklet. Most panes consist of at least six stamps.
A sheetlet of stamps removed from a stamp booklet which may have one or more such panes. On FDCs it is desirable to include the tab which is used to bind the pane into the booklet. This may not be possible with some modern issues.
Small sheets (usually six stamps) printed, cut, and sold in booklet form.