International Postage Meter Stamp Catalog/Bhutan
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- The first metered stamp seen was generated by a digital Post Office system and came to our attention in 2014.
- The stamp is inscribed "Bhutan POST".
1. Postal Training Centre of Mysore (India) “Meghdoot” (MV), 2014 or earlier.
- Printed in blue on white rectangular label with preprinted dark blue and red "Bhutan POST" logo at upper right.
- Frank in three horizontal sections separated by rows of pound signs (#).
- Top segment contains mail class and origin post office, a stamp identification number, and the postal clerk identification.
- Middle section contains "Account:" and the value figures.
- Bottom segment contains the weight, date, and time.
- The destination is shown at bottom left.
- V/F: Nu000.00
2. Postal Training Centre of Mysore (India) “Meghdoot” (MV), 2010 or earlier.
- Printed in black on same label as shown with Type 1.
- Frank printed in single section without separators as follows: origin post office, mail class, receipt number, tracking number, postal clerk identification, destination, weight, postal charges, date and time.
- V/F: 00.0