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    Quote Originally Posted by rjr
    Jason, your´s was broken and bent in half. :-( The paper base was too weak to withstand the combined attacks of at least two postal systems.
    I must have been lucky. Mine arrived today in perfect condition. Thank you.

    I notice that many US cards have a label stuck on the front with some sort of bar code printed on it. How does that work? Does the post office stick it on the card? I presume that our cards from the UK arrive with the series of lines printed across the photo, although usually when I remove the label from US cards the bar code has gone through the label and on to the image.

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    Yes, in the US they stick the barcode on or they stamp it on with UV ink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeg
    I must have been lucky. Mine arrived today in perfect condition. Thank you.
    Your mail carrier must have been less of a critic...

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    Just to get up to date with the post cards, I have recently received:
    A graphic quarry picture from Roman.
    A close up of Aggie's new car.
    and today a cyanotype of an Elkhorn Fence from J. Truman.

    Thank you, they will all end up in my postcard album.
    Regards Dave.

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