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Postcards wanted

Postcards wanted

I have been collecting printed picture postcards for the past five years,

particularly those depicting maps, lighthouses, bridges, flags as well as

general view cards.

I do not have any from your area and I am hoping that

some kind reader will send me one unwritten sent in an envelope, for which I

shall be most grateful. All cards sent with a return postal or e-mail address

will be acknowledged.

Brian James
P O Box 1492 Bournemouth,

BH7 6YB, England

e-mail: [email protected]

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