What Is a Postmark Date?

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A postmark date is a date written or stamped on a postcard showing when an item was delivered to a postal service office. An item can have more than one postmark, depending on the number of postal offices that item has gone through. Postmarks were first introduced in 1661 by General Henry Bishop.
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