SEPTEMBER 12: MANILA to JAPAN
Bearing 10c Fuji
- Mayon Definitive (#N17), with Manila foreign mail censor mark, Garrett
IE1. VERY SCARCE USE OF 10c DEFINITIVE ON OUTBOUND MAIL.
$240.00). Either a cover or wrapper franked with 10c for proper first class
double rate, 40 grams maximum weight. The foreign rate the same as domestic
rate from October 5, 1942 when the foreign mail service was inaugurated
until May 14, 1944 (Garrett, p80).
of cover or wrapper is too small for it to be dispatched as second mail
matter as the 10c franking would be paying for 1,100 grams maximum weight
at 1c for the first 200 grams and 9c for 900 grams (1c for every 100 grams
as third class mail matter possible but very unlikely. There would be an
overpayment of 2c postage for the 200 grams maximum weight (4c per 100