The "Mailomat" is a coin operated postage meter and U. S. mailbox for people with letters to mail - and no stamps. It is a "self-service post office" that stamps and mail your letters without need of adhesive stamps. Instructions: to mail a letter you (1) drop money in coin slot (2) dial desired stamp value (3) insert letter in letter slot. The machine does the rest: automatically takes your letter, prints a postage meter stamp with dated postmark on it, and holds it for scheduled mail collection. It prints stamps for 1c to 33c including fees for Air Mail, Special Delivery. Though it does not make change, it charges no premiums for postage. Metered mail, needing no post office canceling and postmarking, often catches earlier trains and planes - for earlier dispatch and delivery. The "Mailomat", a product of Pitney-Bowes, Inc., Stamford, Conn., was developed in cooperation with the Post Office Department to increase public postal service in post office lobbies, railway terminals, etc., when stamp windows are crowded or closed, try this new "Stampless" mailing convenience. And when using the mails these days, at home or office, remember to mail early and often - to help your Post Office help You!