Rod's barcode decodes to this image file pathhttps://static.wixstatic.com/media/...0993~mv2.jpg
As I mentioned, Viking barcode decodes to this
This is a typical machine readable decode used by scanners tied to equipment which is then tied to a database. The database field delimiters are the ";" and the double ";;" delineates the end of the decoding.
The 'end of decode' is needed because these are typically used in high-speed equipment which results in a large amount of streaming decoded data.
I assume that this barcode contains postal system information including sending and destination locations and other routing info.