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Finally, in the box on the right-hand end of the [indicium] is the postage value (29 cents)." So the numbers at the bottom of the stamp make up an identifying code for the postage meter that stays the same regardless of the date, amount, or location of the imprint.
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I wanted to know if I had proof that fraud had been committed.
The very purpose of this research paper, which was funded by the United States Postal Service, is to explore methods of including additional information in a printed stamp that would enable the receiver to determine its authenticity.
Such methods have not yet been implemented in Pitney Bowes postal meters.The good news is that it is very difficult to backdate a postage meter, and essentially impossible to do so without detection by the postal authorities.