Friday, December 25, 2009

Registered Labels - Malaysia

This is my collection of Malaysia Registered labels from different periods of time. Each label is printed or postmark with the town or city name. Some with rectangular shape, some is round corner rectangular shape. This labels no longer in use as today registered mail is using barcode label for better traceability and Pos Malaysia providing online tracing of all registered letters by keying in the reference number.

My previous post also shown a Malaysia Registered cover:

New Zealand Airmail Labels - for Parcel used (large size)

This posting shown various NZ parcel size airmail labels (large) used in different period of time. For label with Kiwi symbol, the back side of the label with preprinted text: PRE GUMMED.

Insured Label - Nederland (Old design)

This is Nederland Insured labels in setenant format. Printed in red with perforation on both vertical side, gummed back, with Dutch and French language. Size is smaller then the usual Insured label use worldwide.

Insured Label - Tanzania (Old design)

This is the Tanzania Insured labels in block of four. Printed in pink (light red) with gummed back format, with English and French language.

Insured Label - UK (Old design)

This is the UK Insured label, printed in red with English and French language, in gummed back format.

Insured Label - Japan (Old design)

This is the Insured label from Japan. The full sheet consist of 2 different sizes (small and big) of label. Printed in red with French and Japanese language. The format is peel and stick label.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Insured Label - Singapore (Old design)

Insured label from Singapore (old design). Printed in pink color with English and French language. It is a peel and stick label. The size of this label is smaller then the normal standard postal label.

Insured Label - Malaysia (Old design)

This is the old design of Malaysia Insured label. This label is used for all mail with insurance. In the coming posting, I will introduce more insured labels from different countries. Usually Insured labels are printed in red or pink and French is the default language as similar to all others postal labels.

Express Label - Malaysia (Old design)

This is Malaysia old design Express label. Printed in red as all standard express label worldwide, with French and Bahasa Malaysia language. Above is the block of 12 labels.

Airmail Label - Vanuatu (Part 2)

Another design of Vanuatu airmail label. For mode details of Vanuatu country profile and the Part 1 design, click this link: