Vermont Attached Rates
compiled by Glenn Estus
 

"Attached Rates" are circular townmarks that showed integral rate marking numerals alongside, and frequently the words FREE or PAID vertically. These patented handstamp devices saw use in the 1830-1845 period largely from post offices in New York State and the New England States. (data from the American Stampless Cover Catalog--Volume 1, 1997).

According to the ASCC the following post offices used Attached Rate cancels:

page last updated July 12, 2013