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    Postcard Exchange Round 31 Comments and Feedback

    As before a new thread for comments, updates and feedback. The PMs with the address lists have been sent. Please check that your information is correct, your address should be the first one on your list. Let me know as soon as possible of any corrections.


    Please wait a few days for any corrections then let the mailings begin. There have been a few address changes so check carefully.
    35 in total this round.

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    Printed half of them. Another 18 to go.
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    Looking good so far then
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    Looking good ataim! You're on my list, so I guess that means one of these will be winging its way to me someday soon. Can't wait for a 'proper' look!

    I'm hoping to finish printing mine this weekend and then post early next week.
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    Seems the winner is Piu58 (OK, it's cheating, we live on the same continent!) with a very nice view of trade hall #17! The bicycle brings a lot to the image, IMHO.

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    Excited to start seeing these. I'll be printing up this weekend! My post office was out of international letter stamps, so my Canadian friends will have to wait. Actually-- anyone know if it's OK to put the requisite $$$ of regular postage on an international letter and send it as such?
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    I've got Piu's card as well-even better than last round's effort with a real sense of atmosphere and middle greys well used to convey it.
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretlessdavis View Post
    Excited to start seeing these. I'll be printing up this weekend! My post office was out of international letter stamps, so my Canadian friends will have to wait. Actually-- anyone know if it's OK to put the requisite $$$ of regular postage on an international letter and send it as such?
    Most U.S. post offices have vending machines which will print incredibly ugly stamps on demand, in any denomination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_S View Post
    Most U.S. post offices have vending machines which will print incredibly ugly stamps on demand, in any denomination.
    What's the fun in that, though?

    Just went ahead and ordered a book online... hopefully they'll get here soon! Time to mail off postcards to other international friends, too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fretlessdavis View Post
    Excited to start seeing these. I'll be printing up this weekend! My post office was out of international letter stamps, so my Canadian friends will have to wait. Actually-- anyone know if it's OK to put the requisite $$$ of regular postage on an international letter and send it as such?
    08 Feb 2014

    Fretlessdavis:

    To answer your question, yes you can use any "denominated postage" (stamps with a given value) on international letters/postcards. The only stamps you cannot use for international postage is any of the domestic "Forever" stamps. It is for that reason the US Postal Service created the "Global Forever" stamp.

    Hope this helps

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    Darwin

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