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STAMP, revenue. An impression made on paper, by order of the government, which must be used in reducing certain contracts to writing, for The purpose of raising a revenue. Vide Stark. Ev. h.t.; 1 Phil. Ev. 444.
     2. Maryland is the only state in the United States that has enacted a stamp.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He is my mother's cousin and it was his idea to do a book on the stamps of Pakistan and the artists behind them.
New Delhi: The world's first postage stamp, the British 'Penny Black' of 1840, and a collection of more than 150 rare postal stamps from Hyderabad of the Nizams -- -- offering an insight into the postal system of the erstwhile princely state -- are currently on view here for the first time.
One of the stamps shows her first official photo as the new queen of the universe while the other shows the first walk after the announcement.
The minister said to date, the ministry had procured 412 smaller stamps for all border posts and that the stamps had been in use since September.
In fact, the GRA team was shocked at this, since it had held meetings with the manufacturers on how to emboss the tax stamp, and have cautioned against issuing the stamps to wholesalers.
The porcelain antique stamps feature and are inspired by the blue and white porcelain collection of the National Palace Museum.
"Most stamp collectors collect stamps purely for their own enjoyment and satisfaction.
With 8,000 copies of this 500bz stamp, Oman Post launched a stamp collection, each containing ten stamps with the cover, including the stamp, date of the launch and a pamphlet about the stamp.
An extensive collection of unique stamps and coins were on display at the Sharjah 2017 Stamp Exhibition, which began on Tuesday.
The Punjab government, in collaboration with the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) has revolutionized the stamp paper system by introducing the e-Stamping Program.
The book comprised of 68 stamps with the first three stamps issued on October 25, 1965 in recognition of the countless services paid by the Pakistan Army, Navy and Air force in the 1965 war against India.