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Books Of Stamps

Volume 446: debated on Wednesday 28 January 1948

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95.

asked the Postmaster General if he will make available for sale, books of stamps of large numbers for each category, in order to facilitate sales at post office counters.

The potential demand for books of stamps containing a large number of each category is insufficient to justify the additional cost of production, distribution, sale and accounting involved. This cost would outweigh any advantage obtained at post office counters.