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Books of stamps - 12 first class & 12 second class

Postage composer

To make up postage out of 1st and 2nd class stamps, enter the amount and leave it to the electric imps:

£

 

    You can use different stamp values by changing the amounts in the boxes
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00.000.460.921.381.842.302.763.223.684.144.60
10.360.821.281.742.202.663.123.584.044.504.96
20.721.181.642.102.563.023.483.944.404.865.32
31.081.542.002.462.923.383.844.304.765.225.68
41.441.902.362.823.283.744.204.665.125.586.04
51.802.262.723.183.644.104.565.025.485.946.40
62.162.623.083.544.004.464.925.385.846.306.76
72.522.983.443.904.364.825.285.746.206.667.12
82.883.343.804.264.725.185.646.106.567.027.48
93.243.704.164.625.085.546.006.466.927.387.84
103.604.064.524.985.445.906.366.827.287.748.20

Reset the table to the original values

I try to keep this up to date, but accept no responsibility for doing so. It was last updated on 27 November 2011 when 1st class was 46p and 2nd class was 36p. If in doubt, check at Royal Mail (www.royalmail.com). If you know the weight but not the postage, Royal Mail is again the place for you.

 

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