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BuckaCover.com - 80,000 covers priced 60c to $1.50 - Easy browsing 500 categories

07 Nov 2021
09:51:14pm
I was putting this cover into my weekly ebay sales, and I thought, "This would make an interesting discussion".

I invite others to join this thread with examples to add to the theme.

1909 Great Britain to Manchuria in 16 days via Trans-Siberian Railroad

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Dairen (under Japanese control after the Sino-Russian War of 1905) was renamed Dalian under the Chinese. It is just across the gulf, to the east, of Tianjin on this map (near Beijing).

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I think the secret to this kind of rapid movement is to just keep it moving, rather than get a letter held up in some massive sorting center. It almost doesn't matter the speed of the movement, it just has to keep moving in the right direction.

Roy

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"Over 7,000 new covers coming Thursday Jan. 18. See my homepage for details."

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BuckaCover.com - 80,000 covers priced 60c to $1.50 - Easy browsing 500 categories
07 Nov 2021
09:51:14pm

I was putting this cover into my weekly ebay sales, and I thought, "This would make an interesting discussion".

I invite others to join this thread with examples to add to the theme.

1909 Great Britain to Manchuria in 16 days via Trans-Siberian Railroad

Image Not Found
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Dairen (under Japanese control after the Sino-Russian War of 1905) was renamed Dalian under the Chinese. It is just across the gulf, to the east, of Tianjin on this map (near Beijing).

Image Not Found

I think the secret to this kind of rapid movement is to just keep it moving, rather than get a letter held up in some massive sorting center. It almost doesn't matter the speed of the movement, it just has to keep moving in the right direction.

Roy

Like 
7 Members
like this post.
Login to Like.

"Over 7,000 new covers coming Thursday Jan. 18. See my homepage for details."

www.Buckacover.com
        

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