accountable materials


accountable materials
accountable materials - Certain items of inherent monetary value. These include postal items such as aerogrammes, international reply coupons, postage stamps, philatelic products, stamped envelopes and postal cards, blank postal money order forms, or any unsold item awaiting destruction. These also include service items provided to the general public in behalf of certain federal agencies such as migratory-bird hunting and conservation stamps. (Also see stamp credit)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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