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« on: October 30, 2010 09:35:39 PM »

I've been interested in a fairly inexpensive swap that we might be able to do without interfeering in our seasonal crafting and wondered if anyone in Australia would be interested in doing filled DL envelope / 60c stamp swap?

Australia post's guidelines are:

Small letters
Small letters include enveloped mail, lettersheets and unenclosed postcards.
A small letter is:
■ no larger than 130mm x 240mm
■ no thicker than 5mm
■ no heavier than 250g.

If you fulfill all these requirements then the postage should only be 60c.

Any Aussies interested?

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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2010 09:43:17 PM »

Or just reading through the guidelines, maybe a large letter would be better:

A large letter is:
■ rectangular in shape ■ no heavier than 500g
■ no larger than 260mm x 360mm ■ not a small letter.
■ no thicker than 20mm

This should require a $1.20 stamp, again not breaking the bank.

I think the downside to the small envelope would be the 5mm thicknes limit, at leat with this it can be up to 20mm thick.
Any thoughts?

« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2010 12:51:21 AM »

I would totally be in for this, and I think you're right on the $1.20 large letter, 5mm is too restrictive.
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