Conjunctive use (philately)
Examples include the addition of an adhesive postage stamp to an item of postal stationery already bearing an imprinted stamp to pay additional postal charges such as airmail or registration charges, or the part transport of mail by a local postal service. Such covers are known as conjunctive covers.
- American Pony Express covers showing payment of the postal charge through the use of Pony Express and U.S. postage stamps on the same letter.
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