a tool that measures weight
The stamps only indicate the carat of metal. They do not indicate the color of the metal. So for example an 18ct yellow gold ring would have a stamp of 750 as would an 18ct white gold ring. For 9ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 375 For 14ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 585 For 18ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 750
A scale that will calculate the postage needed based on weight.
It depends on what country you are posting from, where to and, possibly, the weight of the package.
Stamp has only one syllable
A postage stamp: millimetres.
.50 is the carat weight of the stones, half a carat in total. I think the A after the 14K is only the manufacturer. I have never seen a special stamp for white gold.
A diamond is valued by its cut, clarity, carat weight and colour. A local jeweler can look at your stone and give you a precise answer.
14 carat gold
it stands for ct or kt which means carat/karat
The cost of a stamp is by weight, not distance. Without the weight this can not be answered. For more information go to http://www.usps.gov
14 carat gold and GH is the jewelers
it means it is 18 carat gold ring or 76% pure gold
The carat is a unit of purity for gold alloys. A stamp of C 22 signifies a quality mark in skin purity. This is popularly used in India.
if the stamp is not cancelled you can resend it without another stamp
Without knowing the date on the stamp, a description and condition, it is impossible to value a stamp.
no, nothing can be first edition without a stamp. if you dont have a stamp your not first edition,