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What's Wrong With Vintage?

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What's Wrong With Vintage?
Swap Coordinator:Babytreese (contact)
Swap categories: Themed  Postcards 
Number of people in swap:22
Location:International
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:July 6, 2011
Date items must be sent by:July 13, 2011
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

I have noticed that a lot of swappers who host postcard swaps will write "no vintage... only store bought postcards allowed" I have quite a few vintage postcards and some of them are really cool! And besides, they were "store bought" at one time!

So...send one partner a vintage postcard IN GOOD CONDITION! This will be sender's choice! Make sure your profile is complete so your partner can share something interesting with you on the card.

Please find out from your partner if they would prefer that you not write anything on the back or if they would prefer that you send the postcard in an envelope.

Happy swapping! Newbies welcome!

Discussion

northqueen 06/19/2011 #

I have used vintage at times, because as you say they were store bought as in no writing on the back.

Sweetlatte2427 06/20/2011 #

Should the PCs be naked or in an envelope? Sometimes with vintage cards, it's nice to keep them blank, as well as safe to send them packaged up.

Babytreese 06/20/2011 #

Thanks for your comments guys...I will leave how they are sent up to the partners. Editing swap now...

Sweetlatte2427 06/21/2011 #

Thanks for the clarification! I prefer my vintage card blank and in an envie.. Automatic heart since i know this is sender's choice. Thank you!!

Babytreese 06/22/2011 #

You're welcome Sweetlattte! ;-)

papercaper 07/ 4/2011 #

To save my partner time asking, I just thought I'd say it here: For vintage PCs, I definitely prefer mine blank and sent in an envelope. Thank you!

Soulcracked 07/ 6/2011 #

what age is "vintage"? I have cards from 70,80,90

Babytreese 07/ 6/2011 #

That is a good question Soulcracked...normally vintage is 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's...I have some dated in the 20's in very good condition...80's and 90's probably wouldn't constitute vintage...but that is my opinion...

Any other opinions are welcome...

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