Rhode Island Revenue and Postage Due Issues
Postage Due Bill - Providence RI - 1951
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The Postage Due Bill shown above was sent to the Pram Corporation from the Providence Post Office and indicates that they owed $18.89 on a package being held by the post office. The Package would be delivered upon payment of the postage due by Pram Corp. Postage Due Stamps are affixed to the card in the amount equivalent to what is owed. The stamps are from the 1930-31 Postage Due issue and they include Eighteen $1.00, (Scott #J77); Five 5 cent, (Scott #J83); Two 2 cent, (Scott #J81); One 10 cent, (Scott # J84) and One 50 cent, (Scott #J86). I couldn't find any information concerning a Pram Corporation in Providence, Rhode Island and Pram could refer to either a baby carriage or a type of small blunt ended boat generally used for passage between dock and a larger moored boat.

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