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Envelope with Nice Stamps #4

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Envelope with Nice Stamps #4
Swap Coordinator:newrule (contact)
Swap categories: Postage Stamps 
Number of people in swap:16
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.90
Last day to signup/drop:March 13, 2014
Date items must be sent by:March 24, 2014
Number of swap partners:1
  • Exchange envelope pasted with nice stamps.
  • Minimum 3 commemorative stamps.
  • You can add definitives to ensure enough postage on the envelope.
  • No limit on size on envelope. Regular ones are fine. If you want to paste more stamps, then you probably need a bigger envelope!
  • Put an ad postcard or a thick piece of paper inside the envelope so it won't bend.
  • Should be a nice swap for collectors of covers or even those who loves stamps!
  • Please don't flake, I will angel if there is a need.

P/S If you want to add a letter or anything flat for your partner, by all means!


fireyvalkyrie 03/ 5/2014 #

I just joined this yesterday I have no idea how to go about this could you help me please... I'm a bit lost in navigating through this

michellescrochet 03/ 6/2014 #

The same. How many stamps or allowed?

newrule 03/ 6/2014 #

1) Paste at least 3 nice stamps (see photo - Example of commemorative stamps) on the envelope. 2) You can add more or use definitives stamps to make sufficient postage. 3) You put ad postcard or any thick paper to avoid envelope from damage. 4) You can add anything flat like postcards or stamps or anything as extras to your partner. But this is not necessary! 5) Swap is to exchange envelopes with nice commemorative stamps!

Hope I have explained it well!! Let me know if I need to explain further!

Wingy 03/10/2014 #

whats your definition for commemorative? i want to make sure that i do it correctly... thanks

newrule 03/10/2014 #

Wingy - please see photo for example of commemorative stamps! They are actually special issued stamps. For US, Harry Potter stamps are example of comm stamps....

cynlen 03/11/2014 #

A commemorative stamp is a postage stamp, often issued on a significant date such as an anniversary, to honor or commemorate a place, event, person, or object. For US stamps, it's generally any of the ones you wouldn't normally see. Generally speaking, the flag and/or flower stamps issued by the USPS are not commemorative.

newrule 03/12/2014 #

Thanks @cynlen for explaining!

Wingy 03/14/2014 #

got it

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