International Postage Meter Stamp Catalog/Mexico

MexicoEdit

  • The first meter was installed in 1929. All stamps (except Type E2) are inscribed “CORREOS MEXICO” or “MEXICO CORREOS”.
  • The stamps have a variety of numbers and prefixes: a meter number usually with “MAQ No” or “MAQ M” prefix, and a license or permit number, usually with “LIC No”, “PERM” or “PERM No” prefix. Often stamps show only one of these numbers rather than both a meter and a permit number.
  • The stamps are grouped according to appearance and use:
A - Small upright rectangle with radiating lines at sides
B - Upright rectangle with internal frame lines but no ornaments
C - Open design with eagle between town mark and value box
D - Rectangle with single or double straight-line non-ornamental border
E - Open design without outer frame
F - Rectangle with elaborate ornamental border
G - Nearly square design with eagle and snake and cactus at right
H - Nearly square design with eagle man at right and cactus at left
I - Frank with simulated perforation border at top, bottom and left and with monument at right
PO – Digital stamps generated by machines in Post Offices
  • For specialized information about the meter stamps of Mexico, see Mexico Postage Meter Stamp Catalog, by Douglas A. Kelsey, Mexico-Elmhurst Philatelic Society International, 1994.



GROUP A: Small upright rectangle with radiating lines at sidesEdit


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A1. Universal “Midget” (LV), 1929.

Inscribed “CORREOS / MEXICO” above value figures and “CENTAVOS” below value figures.
“LIC. No (#)” and “MAQA No (#)” in bottom panel.
TM: DC or none
Values: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg1, 5, 10, 20, 25








GROUP B: Upright rectangle with internal frame lines but no ornamentsEdit


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B1. Universal (Francotyp “C”) (MV), 1932.

With two nested internal frames and panel at top of innermost frame.
“CENTAVOS” below value figures.
M# with “MAQ No” prefix above “PERM. No” and number at bottom.
Spacing between TM and frank very wide with S# high.
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000





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B2. Universal “MultiValue” (MV).

As Type B1 but narrower setting.
A. With “MAQ. No” above “PERM. No”
B. With “MAQ. F.M.” above “PERM. No”
C. With “MAQ. No” only
D. With “MAQ. F.M.” only, bottom panel empty
E. With “MAQ. F.M.” only, bottom panel removed
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000 (A,O) MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg MeterCat 5-point asterisk.jpg00 (A,O) MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000 (O)
a. Post Office stamp, slogan below frank “CORREOS / MEXICO D.F.”
b. Post Office stamp, slogan below frank “CORREOS / MEXICO D.F./ SEGUNDA CLASE”
c. Post Office stamp, slogan below frank “CORREOS Y TELEGRAFOS / MEXICO D.F.”
d. Government Official stamp, “OFICIAL” below frank
e. Value only without frank frame
f. With “PERM” number in bottom of TM


















GROUP C: Open design with eagle between town mark and value boxEdit

SUB-GROUP CA: Wide design, date figures raised in relation to value figuresEdit




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CA1. Pitney Bowes “R” series (LV), 1943.

“CORREOS” large, wider than “MEXICO”.
Eagle faces right. “CTS” stacked at right of value figures.
A. With “MAQ M-” (#) above “PERM. P.B.” (#)
B. With “MAQ M-” (#) only
C. With “PERM. P.B.” (#) only
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ★00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋000
a. Post Office stamp, “P” AND “O” inside TM
b. Post Office stamp, “ADMON.” (#) inside TM
c. Post Office stamp, “CORREOS” or “CORREOS MEXICO” inside TM
d. Official stamp, “CORRESPONDENCIAS S.C.T. CORRES. OFICIAL” inside TM
e. “PERM” (#) in bottom of TM
f. “CTS” removed to make room for expanded value figures: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋000






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CA2. Pitney Bowes “5300” series (LV), 1964.

With small “CORREOS” above tall “MEXICO”.
Eagle has large wings and faces right.
With three cactus plants stacked at right.
A. “MAQ. M” (#) and “PERM P.B.”(#) in one line across bottom
B. “M” (#) and “P1-“ (#) across bottom
C. With “MAQ M-” (#) only
D. With “PERM. P.B.” (#) only
E. With “M” (#) only
TM: SC or partial outer rim
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋000oo
a. Post Office stamp, “CORREOS” inside TM
b. Official stamp, “CORREOS OFICIAL” inside TM
c. Official stamp, “CORRESPONDENCIAS S.C.T./ CORESP. OFICIAL” inside TM
d. “PERM” (#) in bottom of TM






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CA3. Pitney Bowes “5300” series (MV).

Similar to Type CA2 but value figures boxed.
A. “MAQ. M” (#) / “PERM P.B.”(#) below eagle
B. “M” (#) and “P1-“ (#) below eagle
C. “PERM. P.B.” only
D. “$” at left of value figures
E. “N$” at left of value figures
TM: SC or rimless
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00.00
a. Post Office stamp, “CORREOS” inside TM
b. Post Office stamp, “ADMON.” (#)” inside TM
c. “PERM” number in bottom of TM






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CA4. Pitney Bowes “6500” series (MV).

Similar to Type CA3 but value box is wider.
With “$” at left of value figures.
“P.B. METER” above M# at bottom.
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00.00




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CA5. Pitney Bowes-GB “5000” series (MV).

Very similar to Type CA3 but larger, especially in the town mark.
Date figures are taller.
A. “MAQ. M” (#) / “PERM P.B.”(#) below eagle
B. “M” (#) and “P1-“ (#) below eagle
C. “M” (#) and “1-“ (#) below eagle
D. “MAQ M” (#) alone
E. M# without prefix, P# with “1-“ prefix
F. “$” added between eagle and value box
G. "N$" added between eagle and value box, left line of value box removed
TM: SC, DC or rimless
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00.oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000.oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋000oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000.oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0000oo











SUB-GROUP CB: Small, compact designEdit



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CB1. Pitney Bowes “DM” (LV-21), 1951.

Small frank with “CORREOS” above the town mark and tall, narrow “MEXICO” above the value box.
“CENTAVOS” stacked at right.
M# with “P.B.” prefix below eagle.
TM: SC
Values as: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00 or 0.00
a. “PERM.” (#) at base of TM




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CB2. Pitney Bowes “DM” (MV), 1954.

As Type CB1 but small “CORREOS” above “MEXICO” at top right.
A. “MAQ M-” above “PERM. P.B.” below TM
B. “MAQ. M.” only
TM: SC “MAQ. M. (#) / PERM. P.B. (#)” at bottom center.
TM: SC
Values as: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0.00
a. “PERM. (#)” at base of TM.












SUB-GROUP CC: Nearly square designEdit



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CC1. Satas “Baby” (MV), 1957.

Without outer frame line.
Eagle at left side of frank. three small cactus groups stacked at right.
Solid bar at bottom
“PERM”. (#) below the date
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00.oo
a. “Sat.” and “Perm.” both below the date








SUB-GROUP CD: Wide design, date and value figures on same levelEdit



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CD1. Pitney Bowes-GB “Automax” (MV), 1962.

Similar to Type CC1 but much larger.
“MAQ. P.B. (#)”below eagle at bottom center.
“PERM. (#)” at base of TM.
TM: rimless
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg=000
a. “PERM. NO. (#) at base of TM




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CD2. Pitney Bowes-GB “6300” (MV), 1973.

Large eagle facing right.
Small “CORREOS” above eagle, “MEXICO” above value figures.
A. “MAQ. P.B. (#)” below eagle
B. “MAQ. M. (#)” below eagle
C. “M (#) / P1- (#)” below eagle
D. “M (#) / 1- (#)” below eagle
E. As D, “N$” at left of value figures
F. As C, “$” at left of value figures
G. "M (#)" only below eagle
TM: DC, SC, rimless, nil
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00.oo









Mexico stamp type CD3A.jpg
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CD3. Pitney Bowes-GB “A/B900” series (MV).

Very similar to Type CD1 but "CORREOS" is wider and the value figures are larger.
M# with “M” prefix.
A. “N$” at left of value figures
B. “$” at left of value figures
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋00.00












GROUP D: Rectangle with single or double straight-line non-ornamental borderEdit

SUB-GROUP DA: Single line frameEdit



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DA1. Hasler “F22” (MV), 1944. MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$250]

Large, upright frank with “CORREOS MEXICO” in arc above eagle at top.
Value figures boxed at center
“FRANQUEADORA / HASLER” below value box.
User’s name, “EL PALACIO DE HIERRO, S.A./ MEXICO D.F.”, in frank at bottom.
Permit number “PERM C-1” vertical at right.
One machine only.
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo




Mexico stamp type DA2A.jpg
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DA2. Hasler “F22” (MV). MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$5]

Horizontal frank with “CORREOS / MEXICO” at top.
A. “HASLER No“ (#)/ “PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom
B. “HASLER No“ (#) alone at bottom
TM: DC, SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo










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DA3. Hasler “F22” (MV).

Very similar to Type DA2 but with “CORREOS / MEXICO” in one line.
A. “HASLER No“ (#)/ “PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom
B. “HASLER No“ (#) alone at bottom
TM: DC, SC, nil
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇0,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇,oo
a. With space below “HASLER No“ (#) where the permit number had been










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DA4. Hasler F22” (MV). MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$5]

Similar to Type DA3A but much taller frank.
With “HASLER No“ (#) / PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom.
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo







SUB-GROUP DB: Double line frameEdit



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DB1. Hasler “F22” (MV).

Similar to Type DA3 but with doubled frame lines.
Frank size variable.
A. “HASLER No.“ (#)/ “PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom
B. “HASLER No.“ (#) alone at bottom
TM: DC, SC, nil
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇0,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇,oo













SUB-GROUP DC: Eagle and post horn ornament addedEdit




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DC1. Hasler “Mailmaster” (MV).

Inscribed “CORREOS” at top and “MEXICO” at bottom.
Eagle and post horn logo at left with “HASLER” /(#) at lower left.
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000oo




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DC2. Hasler “Mailmaster” (MV).

Inscribed “CORREOS” in top panel and “MEXICO” in bottom panel.
Eagle and post horn logo at upper left.
A. Frank 34 mm wide. “HASLER” /(#)/(#) at left
B. Frank 39 mm wide. “HASLER” /(#)/(#) at left
C. Frank 39 mm wide. “HASLER / N$”/(#) at left
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000oo














SUB-GROUP DD: Lined head of eagle ornament addedEdit




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DD1. Frama “EPS” (MV).

Simple horizontal rectangle with “CORREOS/ MEXICO” at top.
Meter number with “F” prefix at bottom.
Eagle head logo above M#.
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpgN$000.00









GROUP E: Open design without outer frameEdit


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E1. Hasler “F22” (MV). MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$20]

“CORREOS/ MEXICO” above value figures.
“HASLER No“ (#)/ ”PERMISO No“ (#) below value figures.
One seen, M# 6754.
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo

NOTE: This is Type DA2 with frame removed.




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E2. National Cash Register (MV), 1951. MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$20]

Date above “Franqueadora National” at top.
"Envie sus Ba[--]os Postales / con Empaques Adecuados." below value figures.
Meter number “No. 4542173” at bottom.
Printed in purple on yellow label with value line added separately in colors ranging from red-violet to black.
Without town line or country name.
Printed on adhesive labels only.
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg–0.00







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E3. National Cash Register (MV), 1959. MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$1000]

Stamp with value figures and date at top.
Short but wide horizontal frame at bottom with “CORREOS / MEXICO” at left, and “PERM. 1–NC 4549.173 / “Admon. 42 Méx-D.F” at right.
Printing in violet.
Extremely rare, only two covers known.
The machine was located in and used only by NCR's representative in Mexico City.
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg–0.00








GROUP F: Rectangle with elaborate ornamental borderEdit


SUB-GROUP FA: Calendar of Montezuma at top centerEdit



Mexico stamp type FA1A.jpg

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FA1. Hasler ”F88” (MV), 1951.

Tall frank with ornamental border along top and sides.
“PERM (#)” at base of TM.
A. “Hasler No“ (#)/ “PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom
B. “Hasler No“ (#) alone at bottom
C. Large “Hasler“ above “No“ (#)at bottom
TM: DC, SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000,oo
a. Post Office stamp, TM with “ADMINISTRACION” (#) at top








SUB-GROUP FB: Illustration of step pyramid above meter number at bottomEdit



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FB1. Hasler “F88” (MV), 1952.

Frank with ornamental border at top and sides.
Value figures at top.
A. “Hasler No“ (#) / “PERMISO No“ (#) at bottom
B. “Hasler No“ (#) alone at bottom
C. Frank 27 mm wide. Large “Hasler“ above “No“ (#) at bottom
D. As C but frank 30 mm wide and much taller
TM: DC or SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇0,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇,oo







GROUP G: Nearly square design with eagle, snake and cactus design at rightEdit


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G1. Francotyp “C” (MV), 1952.

“CORREOS/MEXICO” at top left.
“CTS at left of value figures.
Wide spacing between frank and TM.
Small, narrow “FRANCOTYP” (#) above “PERMISO” (#)”at bottom left.
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◆000



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G1.1. Francotyp “Cc/Cm” (MV.

As Type G1 but much narrower spacing between the town mark and frank.
A. “FRANCOTYP” (#) above “PERMISO” (#)” at bottom
B. “FR” (#) above “PERM.” (#)” at bottom
C. Numbers only, without prefixes at bottom
TM: SC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◆000










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G2. Postalia (MV).

Similar to Type G1 but with “POSTALIA” prefixing the meter number at bottom left.
Frank variable in width.
M# in one or two lines.
A. Wide spacing, with “PERMISO” (#) below "POSTALIA" and M# MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$10]
B. Wide spacing, blank below "POSTALIA" and M# MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$10]
C. As B but narrow spacing
D. Meter number below "POSTALIA", narrow spacing
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00000
a. Value figures boxed MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$35] (see illustration for B)








Mexico stamp type G3A.jpg
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G3. Postalia (MV).

Similar to Type G2D, but with “$” instead of “CTS” preceding value figures.
A. "POSTALIA" above M#, “$” alone at left
B. Small indentation containing “N$” extends out from left side, "POSTALIA" left of M#
TM: DC
V/F: 0000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ≋0.00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000oo
a. Without M#, “POSTALIA” alone at bottom left
b. With “PERMISO (#)” at base of TM










GROUP H: Nearly square design with eagle man at right and ornament at leftEdit

SUB-GROUP HA: Montezuma’s calendar at leftEdit



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HA1. Universal “Simplex” (LV-13), 1952. MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg[$5]

Value figures in window at center.
“CENTAVOS” centered at bottom above M#.
A. “MAQ. S.X. No“ (#) above “PERM. No S-“ (#) at bottom
(See illustration for "a" at right)
B. “MAQ. S.X. No“ (#) alone at bottom
TM: DC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000
a. Defective mechanism that results in value figures as “00 0” or “100 0” (M# 2151)
b. “PERM. S” (#) at bottom of TM








SUB-GROUP HB: Cactus plants at left, eagle man with shield at right, snake below right of value figuresEdit



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HB1. Universal “MultiValue” (MV), 1952.

"CORREOS / MEXICO" in panel at top, "CENTAVOS" in panel at bottom.
A. Frank 28 mm wide. “MAQ. F.M. No.“ (#) above “PERM. No S-“ (#) at bottom
B. As A, “MAQ. F.M. No.“ (#) alone at bottom
C. As B but frank is wider at 32 mm
TM: DC, or rimless
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg0000
a. Official stamp, with “S.C.T./ CORRESPONDENCIA OFICIAL” below TM.
b. Official stamp, with “S.C.O.P. CORRESPONDENCIA OFICIAL” below TM.
c. “PERM.” (#) at bottom of TM











GROUP I: Frank with simulated perforation border and with monument at rightEdit


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I1. Hasler “F88” (MV), 1956.

Simulated perforation outer border has straight inner line added along top, bottom and left.
“CORREOS/ MEXICO” in two lines at top.
“HASLER” (#) at bottom.
“PERM. (#)” at base of TM.
TM: DC, BIC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇00 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇000 MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg000,oo




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I2. Hasler “F88” (MV).

As Type I1 but without border lines at top.
“CORREOS MEXICO” in one line at top.
“HASLER” (#) at bottom.
With or without permit number at base of TM.
TM: DC, BIC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇◇,oo




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I3. Hasler “F88” (MV).

As Type I2 but without straight inner frame line.
With or without permit number at base of TM.
TM: DC, BIC
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg00,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇,oo MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg ◇◇◇,oo








GROUP PO: Stamps on labels generated by digital machines at post officesEdit


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PO1. Manufacturer unidentified (digital), 2008.

Printed on horizontal self-adhesive label with light blue underprint consisting of "SERVICIO POSTAL MEXICANO" between lines of streamlined eagle heads.
In black are a horizontal frame with "MEXICO CORREOS" outside at top.
Inside the frame are the date at upper left, the value figures at right, and the destination at bottom.
In panels at the very bottom are the weight, "SEPOMEX", and an identification number.
Without town mark
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg(00)0.00




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PO2. Manufacturer unidentified (digital).

As Type PO1 but the label underprint is in pink with diagonal postal logo above "CORREOS / DE MEXICO".
Without town mark
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg(00)0.00

NOTE: The system produces registration labels as well as postage labels (at right)




Mexico stamp type PO3.jpg
Mexico stamp type PO3 registration label.jpg

PO3. Manufacturer unidentified (digital), 2013 or earlier.

Similar to Type PO2 but with "CORREOS DE MEXICO" at top.
Other differences exist, including the shape of the value figures which are slightly more rounded and have zeros without slashes.
The label underprint is very similar to that used with Type PO2 but is much paler.
Without town mark
V/F: MeterCat 5 spaces.jpg(00)0.00

NOTE: The system produces registration labels as well as postage labels (at right)








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