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Hm Stationery Office (Envelopes And Labels)

Volume 530: debated on Tuesday 13 July 1954

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asked the Secretary to the Treasury the value of the stock of envelopes and labels bearing On His Majesty's Service which were in stock at Her Majesty's Stationery Office at the time of the death of the late King; and when he expects the stock to be exhausted.

The value of general service envelopes and labels in stock in February, 1952, was about £67,000: the residue still in stock is valued at about £860: it is expected to be exhausted within six months.In addition to general service supplies the Stationery Office holds on behalf of individual Departments a moderate-sized stock of envelopes and labels required for special purposes.