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Ocean-Ã¥ngare: (Swed.) ocean-going steamboat, steamer, steamship. Oceanic Settlements: eastern Pacific French islands, including Tahiti, Society Islands, etc.; 1880: French colonial issues, 1882, June: overprint for Tahiti on French Colonial issues, 1892: stamps first issued, 1958: renamed French Polynesia. Ocean Letter (OL): letter sent by radio to seafarers by Germany, England and Denmark in the early 1900s. One exception was a British office in Weihaiwei, which remained open until 1930. Panagra: Pan American-Grace Airways, overprint on various stamps of South American countries. Pan-American Exposition: poster stamp advertising areas thought to be part of the Pan-American organization. postage stamps issued for the 1901 Pan-American Exposition, on sale from May 1 through Oct. Parker's Express Company: parcel delivery firm serviced Mid-western states; used labels, 1865? Northern Italy,1545; currency: 100 centesimi = 1 lira 1545: Italian state established, 1852, June 1: No.1, 5 centesimi black on yellow, imperforate stamps issued for Duchy of Parma, 1853: newspaper tax stamps issued, 1859, Aug.: provisional government; stamps of Sardinia used, 1860, March 18: became part of the Kingdom of Sardinia, 1862: became part of the Kingdom of Italy. Par Poste Aerienne: inscription for "Via Air Mail" on etiquettes of Switzerland. Particular: overprint on official stamps of Nicaragua to validate for ordinary use. Partido em Dois: (Port.) bisected; stamp cut in half which is valid for postage at half the face value of the original stamp. PCCR: Pacific Confederation of City Republics; cinderella PCE: Used Stamp on Piece PCFT: Pacific Confederation of Federal Territories P. P.c.p.: progressive color proofs PC Postage: postage purchased and printed using personal computers and the Internet. Pierre and Miquelon overprint on stamps of French Colonies. Peace: common design on stamps of the British Commonwealth of Nations, 1945. Peary Land: North Pole Post issue, cinderella Peck & Co.: local delivery service, Newark, N. Peak (P): part of the serpentine die cut that protrudes from the side of a stamp; it alternates with a corresponding "valley" or inward curve, to form a serpentine shape; peak and valley are abbreviated as P and V. Odense Bypost: city of Odense, Denmark, local post. Odessa: city in the USSR, on Black Sea; 1878-1881, city in Russia, local post, see Zemstvo,1919-Jan. 15: Pakistan formed into Dominions of India and Pakistan, 1947, Oct. 23: became a republic, 1962: first air mail stamp, 1971, Dec.: East Pakistan became Bangladesh. Palma de Mallorca: local post, Spanish Civil War, Republican, 1936. Parcel post postage due stamps: stamp issued to pay unpaid parcel post fees. Parcel stamps, government: Belgium, inscribed Chemins de Fer; Belgian state railways, May 1879. A.: (Sp.) Organiscion de Testados Centro Americanos; Central American States Organization. Local Post: Local post with first (and only) 5 and 10 Ã¸re lithographed perf 11-1/2 "Dampbaadene Paa Odense AA" local stamps issued during July 1882 The stamps were used on mails carried by boats on the Odense and Great Belt Rivers. Pakistan: southern, central Asia; official name of postal administration: Pakistan Post Office currency: 12 pies = 1 anna, 16 annas = 1 rupee, 100 paisa =1 rupee (1961) 1947-pre: used stamps of India, 1947, Aug. 14: regular issue overprinted "Service" making them Officials, 1956, Mar. Pakkeporto: inscription on Parcel post stamps of the Royal Greenland Trading Company, 1905-38. Palau: western Pacific Ocean, aka Pelew Islands, former U. Palimpsest: papers originally printed on for some other purpose before being used for postage stamps, such as the early stamps of Latvia printed on the backs of German military maps; commonly used where part of a design was erased to install a new value or inscription. Papir, s Prusvitkou: (Czech.) paper with a watermark. Parcel post: 1: 1912; mail classification for specific purpose of mailing parcels; USPS renamed to Package Services as of Jan. 2: Paketpost (Ger.) Colis-Posteaux (Fr.) Servizio Pacchi Postali (It.) Paquete Postal (Sp.)Parcel Post Corporation: parcel delivery firm serviced Boston, Mass., used a stamp; 1899. Parcel Return Services: USPS program that offers merchants a method of retrieving items that their customers want to return.Oceanie: inscription for French Oceania, 1892-1958. Ocean postage: Great Britain Penny Postage cutouts from envelopes during the 1850's. O C / P letter bomb inspected: Office of Communications, State Department, Washington, DC marking issued during 2002 letter bomb inspection. Offices Abroad, Morocco: The British were operating offices there well after the end of WW II. Panalpina Ltd.: United Kingdom postal strike; local post 1971. 4: first inscription "Republica de Panama," 1915: first postage due stamp, 1921, Feb.: U. forces intervene in clash with Costa Rica, 1929, Feb. Panama Canal Int-Ocean: inscription on label supposedly sold, 1880s, for mail on ships going through the canal. Pan-American Postal Union: 1890; agreement made by countries in North and South America, except Canada and the European colonies, to charge domestic rates of postage for mail to other countries in the Union. 31, 1901; the 1¢, 2¢ and 4¢ stamps were printed with inverted centers. Par L'Etat: (Fr.) By the State; overprint on Belgium 1912 issues; Railway Parcel validation from a private line (le Compagnie du Nord Belge) to the State-owned rail system. Partido en dos: (Sp.) bisected; stamp cut in half that is valid for postage at half the face value of the original stamp. PCS Post: United Kingdom postal strike; local post 1971. 2: (Fr.) Payé Ã destination see Paid to Destination. Peace and Commerce: design of French stamps issued in 1876 that depict theseated figures of "peace" and "Commerce," engraved by E. Peal de Becerro: local post, Spanish Civil War, Republican,1937. Pécule: savings plan for contract workers; French Colonies revenue inscription Pécule de Guerre: mustering plan (soldiers') pay; French Colonies revenue inscription Pécule Travailleurs: imported workers savings; French Colonies revenue inscription Pedone: (It.) foot messenger. Pegasus Postal Service: United Kingdom postal strike; local post 1971.Oceania: 1915: first semi-postal stamp, 1926: first postage due stamp, 1934: first air mail stamp. Open Mail: mail sent from one country's exchange office to another country's exchange office, sorted and marked at each office; rate differences ceased when prepaid international rate went into effect July 1, 1875. Panama: links North and Central America to South America; currency: 100 centavos = 1 peso, 100 centesimos = 1 balboa (1904) 1859-1903: former Department of Republic of Colombia, 1863-84: British stamps used on overseas mail from Panama City, 1870-81: British stamps used on overseas mail from Colon, 1878: No.1, 5 centavos gray green, first issues for Panama along with those of "Estados Unidos de Colombia," 1887: Colombia issues for use in the Department of Panama, 1903, Nov. 16: first stamp issue, "Republica de Panama" provisionals issued in Colon, Bocas del Toro and Panama City, 1904, June 11: Canal Zone had its own stamps, joined the U. 8: first air mail stamp, special delivery issue overprinted "Correo Aereo," 1941: first semipostal stamp; see A. Pantone Color System: a standardized system of blended colors, each with their own Pantone Matching System (PMS) number. Papir, Gennemfarvet: (Dan.) paper colored throughout. Part original gum: a stamp with noticeable gum missing. PE: 1: abbreviation of piastre, early Egypt currency. Pearls: a circle, with or without semi-circular shading inside. Peelable label: an address label that can be removed from a cover. Pegau: city in Germany, local post, Courier, 1893Pego: local post, Spanish Civil War, Republican,1937. Hardie, BEP employees initials, 1906-1928; see Plate Finisher, Siderographer.