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41 6-8. Stamps issued only for the purpose for which they are designed. 1. A 2. B 3.     C 4. D 6-9.    Stamps issued only for a special occasion. 1. A 2. B 3.     C 4. D 6-10. Stamps issued to honor U.S. presidents. 1. A 2. B 3.     C 4. D 6-11. Which of the following items are classified as postal stationery? 1.     Blank money order forms   2.     Postal cards only 3.     Stamped envelopes only   4.     Postal cards and stamped envelopes   6-12. A member of your activity is corresponding with a friend in England and wishes to furnish the friend with sufficient funds to answer via airmail. What should you instruct the member to do? 1.     Enclose international reply coupons in the letter to the friend   2.     Send the friend an unused aerogramme 3.     Enclose an airmail-stamped envelope in the letter to the friend   4.     Supply the friend with unused U.S. airmail postage stamps   6-13. Where should you keep the unsold stamps during the “open for business” hours? 1.     On a shelf behind the counter 2.     On the counter 3.     With the stamped envelopes 4.     In the cash drawer 6-14. At the end of the working day, all funds and stamped items should be protected by locking them in the 1. post office 2.     safe 3.     stamp drawer 4.     stamp cabinet 6-15. When you arrange sheets of stamps, you should provide adequate protection against which of the following adverse actions? 1.     Buckling 2.     Sticking together 3.     Curling 4.     All of the above   6-16. The combination to the safe in which funds and postal stock are stored should be sealed in what type of envelope? 1.     In a plain white USPS envelope 2.     In PS Form 3977, Duplicate Key Envelope 3.     In DD Form 3967, Triplicate Key Envelope 4.     In a dark-colored official envelope

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