Definitions

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  • n. Postage stamps bought by weight, rather than numerical quantity, and commonly still on paper.

Etymologies

kilo- (short for kilogram) + ware (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Usually, organizations and offices that receive huge amounts of mail from all over the world sell the stamps in bulk, known to stamp collectors as kiloware.

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  • Eastern Europe 1/2 lb 224 grams kiloware on paper Free Postage - 12.95 GBP

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  • A full 1/4 lb of Eastern European kiloware on paper.

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  • One full 1/4 pound of Finland definitive kiloware on varied sizes of paper.

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  • Finland 1/2 lb 224 grams kiloware on paper Free Postage - 9.45 GBP

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  • Finland 1/2 lb 224 grams definitive kiloware on paper Free Postage - 7.56 GBP

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  • One full 1/2 pound of Finland definitive kiloware on varied sizes of paper.

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  • Collections, stamps, kiloware and more philatelic heritage including penny blacks, penny reds.

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  • A stamp mixture consisting of miscellaneous postally used stamps on envelope corner paper from various sources. The term derives from the fact that kiloware is sometimes sold by the kilogram.

    August 27, 2008