What are postcard collectors called?

Answer Postcard collectors are called deltiologists, while the collecting itself is referred to as deltiology. There are many clubs around the world and the United States dedicated to deltiology. One of... Read More »

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What are stamp collectors called?

Stamps collectors are called philatelists. The act of collecting and studying stamps is called philately. The world philately comes from the Greek words philo- and ateleia. Philo- means loving, an... Read More »

What are solar collectors?

Solar collectors are devices designed to collect energy from the sun. This energy is used to generate electricity or steam. The two main types of collectors are flat plate collectors, such as the f... Read More »

What is the standard postcard size?

Although there is no longer a standard postcard size in the United States, dimensions must fall between the minimum of 5 inches long by 3.5 inches high, and the maximum of 6 inches long by 4.25 inc... Read More »

What is the U.S Mail postcard size?

According to the United States Postal Service, a postcard mailer must meet the following size requirements: Minimum 3.5 inches high, 5 inches long and 0.007 inch thick -- maximum 4.25 inches high, ... Read More »