stamp credit

stamp credit - The monetary value of the postage stamp stock that is consigned to an employee or contractor out of the stamp accountability of the postmaster. At post office stations and post office branches, this value is consigned out of the general station or branch stamp credit. (Also see accountable paper)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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