The Catalog of United States Personalized Postage
Pitney stamps are available in two different
orientations - landscape and portrait. The catalog pages are arranged by orientation
and printing variety variations.
YourStamps are a product sold by partner Fujifilm and printed by Pitney Bowes. The stamps are identified by the words "YourStamps.com" printed in black adjacent to the design area.
ArtStamps are a product sold by partner ArtStamps LLC and printed by Pitney Bowes. The stamps are identified by the words "ArtStamps.com" printed in grey adjacent to the design area.
or from links under applicable Pitney Bowes types.
In addition, Pitney Bowes printed stamps for its own use and national companies. They also sold stamps to the public through their Stamp Expression division licensed sports stamps.
Most of the stamps marked only with Pitney Bowes imprints cannot be easily associated with the vending partner / affiliate once the stamp has been removed from the backing paper. It is, however, possible to determine the vendor of some of these stamps by examining the physical characterizes and / or the images on the stamps. The data known to be exclusive to a particular vendor will provide as means to catalog the stamp.
Pitney Bowes partners that are principally identified by Image designs and / or physical characteristics are:
Stationery Stamps sold by MountainCow
For these stamps the basic catalog number is
modified by the addition
The number is found in the Image Table
For Premier Postage a modification looks like 14PR The superscript number denotes that the image content is David Mann Motorcycle Art Images.
The catalog number is constructed as follows:
The first two letters, PB, represent the manufacturer Pitney Bowes
The next capital letter represents the rate period:
A - 37 Cent Rate
C - 41 Cent Rate
E - 44 Cent Rate
Refer to Rate Table for additional information
The next number is for the design change for that
The next small letter represents denomination variations
from Rate Table
b - 1 oz Letter
Deconstructing the catalog number EN3C1b-2
EN - ENdicia
C - 41 Cent Rate Period
1 - First design for C rate period
b - Stamp denomination is 41 cents
2 - Stamp has a grey background -2