What size are postcards?

Answer A postcard is classified as a piece of paper that is a minimum of 3.5 inches high, 5 inches wide, and .007 inches thick. The U.S. Postal Service does not require postcards to be paced in an envelo... Read More »

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What country was the first to use postcards?

Austria became the first country to produce postcards on October 1, 1869. Between 1870 and 1876, other countries such as Scandinavia, Greece and Switzerland followed suit and made their own postcar... Read More »

How Can I Print on Postcards?

Unlike most methods of mail, postcards ship for a lower price than letters. Defined by their rectangular shape and dimensions, post cards must be between 3.5 and 4.25 inches high and between 5 and ... Read More »

How to Fill out Postcards?

When you are off on vacation, its always a nice gesture to send a postcard home. Unlike a traditional letter, writing a postcard isn't as intuitive as it seems. Here is wikiHow to fill out postcards.

How to Collect Postcards?

Deltiology is the official term for collecting (and studying) postcards.[1] The third largest hobby after collecting stamps and money,[2] collecting postcards can be a very rewarding pastime that c... Read More »