Postal User ''Don'ts'' listing (of 1930)

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Postal User ''Don'ts'' listing (of 1930)

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From the Iraqi Post and Telegraph Guide of 1930, I guess still valid today!!!


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They could date it today and put it on the wall.

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I love Rule #11!
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I love Rule #11!
Me too, at least they used clear wording.

Of course, rule #6 even fits my collecting area.
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Oops ....

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I think its sometimes too dull "to follow every rule" :D


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As Paul Hogan once said -- you call THAT a cover ................. !

I sold these two here which were pretty cool. :)


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I detect a minor evolution: most postal administrations have by now adapted rule 11 to read: "Don't bother us with complaints, period!" :D :D

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I had to look up Rule 1

A compiala is a promissory note.

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Phila-Tourist wrote:
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I detect a minor evolution: most postal administrations have by now adapted rule 11 to read: "Don't bother us with complaints, period!" :D :D
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