A postcard is a piece of thin cardboard or thick paper intended for writing and mailing without using an envelope. People use postcards to send messages and pictures to their loved ones anywhere. Postcards are also used ... More »

Postcard buyers are individuals who purchase collectible postcards from sellers. There are many postcards that are designed to have resale value because of their decorative appearance or rare printing. More »

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A standard postcard measures 6 inches wide by 4.125 inches high, which is the maximum size allowed by the United States Postal Service to qualify for first-class mail postcard rates. The USPS postcard minimum size is no ... More »

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Tips for correctly addressing an envelope for easier mailing include using all capital letters, no punctuation and black ink on white paper. Other tips entail not omitting directionals such as "East" and "West" and takin... More »

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Typically, the stamp is placed in the top right corner of the postcard. Senders should always make sure that United States Postal Service guidelines are followed when mailing a postcard. More »

A standard postcard measures 6 inches wide by 4.125 inches high, which is the maximum size allowed by the United States Postal Service to qualify for first-class mail postcard rates. The USPS postcard minimum size is no ... More »

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As of June 2014, a single First-Class Mail International stamp provides ample postage for a postcard heading to Brazil. The delivery time for this item varies based on the destination within Brazil and where the postcard... More »