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Historical Postcard Swap #5 - Mediaeval times

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Historical Postcard Swap #5 - Mediaeval times
Swap Coordinator:IrinaBG (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges  Postcards 
Number of people in swap:4
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.90
Last day to signup/drop:April 25, 2013
Date items must be sent by:May 2, 2013
Number of swap partners:2

INTRO: This is the good old Historical Postcard Swap but I decided to make it a bit more challenging and fun. I have no idea if my plan is going to work but I'll give it a try. I hope you join and make it happen. :)

I'll create the next three Historical Postcard Swaps like this:

Historical Postcard Swap #4 - Ancient times

Historical Postcard Swap #5 - Mediaeval times

Historical Postcard Swap #6 - Renaissance times

These historical periods aren't very strictly defined and also, they vary for the different countries and areas so don't regard this swap as a history exam. :)

THE RULES: Send 1 postcard to 2 partners. The postcard must be related to the Mediaeval times - castles, fortresses, city walls, temples, monasteries, a Mediaeval city... It would be nice if you give some details about the place to your partner.

The postcard could be single or multi view. No vintage. No paintings. No self-made, self-printed, zazzle etc. Only new, store-bought postcards with a real photograph on them.

The postcard could be sent written & stamped or blank in an envelope or written in an envelope. Please check your partners’ profiles about their preferences.

I'll check all profiles to eliminate potential flakers.


tiggerski 04/18/2013 #

This won't work for people in the USA, as St. Augustine is the oldest city in the US, developed in the 1600's but we were not even a country til 1776, LOL

IrinaBG 04/19/2013 #

I know that. :) But you don't have to send a postcard from your own country. Also, you may consider the pueblos Mediaeval too. Why not? :)

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