Post & Go Labels Stamps

These Royal Mail stamps were affixed to specially designed envelopes and postmarked on the first day that the stamps were issued.

31.03.2009 | Aerial view of Windsor, Postmarked at Windsor

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31st March 2009 - Post & Go Labels
Stamp Type:
Producer/Series:   ( BS No 830 )
Windsor, Hand holding pen, Special Handstamp
Reference Images:
Post and Go Stamp
Presentation Pack (P&G 1)
Postmark illustrations
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Post & Go stamps

Royal Mail has rolled out a new generation of self-service postage called Post & Go following successful trials during 2008. The five Post & Go stamps are available to collectors in a carrier from Tallents House, mail order only, price £3.08. The five values in the carrier, printed gravure, are 1st Class, 1st Class Large, Europe up to 20g, Worldwide up to 10g, Worldwide up to 20g.

The Post & Go design features the Machin head and a background design of the words Royal Mail in a wave pattern similar to that overprinted on selected Definitive stamps. They have two phosphor bars enabling them to be read by sorting Machinery.

Post & Go - Technical Details:

Feature Type/Detail
Number 5
Values 1st Class up to 100g
1st Class Large up to 100g
Europe up to 20g
Worldwide up to 10g
Worldwide up to 20g
Design Bas relief Arnold Machin
Format Landscape
Size 60mm(w) x 27mm(h)
Printer Walsall Security Printers
Print process Gravure
Perforations Die-cut simulated perforations
Phosphor Two Bars
Gum Self adhesive
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