I have this stamp with a Camden, NJ precancel. Most of my precancel experience is with bureaus, but I am attempting to classify some non-bureau ones that I received in a lot.
Looking at the T&T catalog for Camden, NJ (pp. 1-2 for NJ), I see a list of types that were used for that town/city. The only one that seems close to my stamp is 203 (all dimensions match well, as does the font type). However, I have a comma after the town, but the examples do not. Is this what note 1 means? "Except where specified otherwise, the state may be spelled out or abbreviated, and punctuation is optional". Does the optional punctuation extend to the presence/absence of a comma as in my case, or is it limited to punctuation with regards to state abbreviations (e.g., NJ vs. N.J.)?
Thanks for any help. This is the first time using this catalog and trying to wrap my head around these precancels.