5-5. Postal insurance is a service that customers may purchase to reimburse them for loss or
damage that may occur to an article after it has been mailed.
5-7. Domestic Mail Manual.
5-8. PS Form 3813.
5-9. PS Form 3813-P.
5-10. PS Form 3817, Certificate of mailing.
5-11. Priority Mail or Standard Mail (B).
5-12. Above the delivery address and to the right of the return address.
Answers to review questions for chapter 6.
6-1. International mail.
6-2. International Mail Manual.6-3. Index of Countries and Localities. 6-4. Postal Union, Parcel
Post, and Express Mail International Service (EMIS).
6-5. LC mail (letters, letter packages, post cards, and aerogrammes) and AO mail (regular printed
matter, books, sheet music, newspapers, magazines, matter for the blind, and small
6-7. Registered mail.
6-8. Light in color, rectangular in shape, and a minimum size of 3 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches, and
constructed of paper strong enough to withstand normal handling.
6-9. Printed matter, matter for the blind, and small packets.
6-11. Bright red.
6-12. PS Label 19-A, PAR AVION¾Airmail, or PS Label 19-B, Air Mail Par Avion.
6-13. 3 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches.
6-14. Aerogrammes are air letter sheets that can be folded into the form of an envelope and sealed.
6-15. None; matter for the blind sent surface international mail has no charges.
6-17. The Country Conditions for Mailing section of the Individual Country Listings.
6-18. Canada and Switzerland.
6-19. PS Form 2976, and PS Form 2976-A.
6-20. Customs Form CF-3419-A.
6-21. Appropriate accountable postmaster.
6-22. PS Form 6019 (modified).
6-23. None; there are no provisions to prepay customs charges.
6-24. Parcel post.6-25. PS Form 3813P, Receipt for Insured Mail, Domestic¾International.
6-26. PS Form 2865, Return Receipt for International Mail.