British Postal

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Postage Stamps Of The United Kingdom - British Postal Services Abroad
... The United Kingdom has introduced postal services throughout the world and has often made use of British definitives bearing local overprints ... The following is a full list of British postal services abroad and many of these will become the subject of independent articles in due course British post offices ...
Postage Stamps And Postal History Of Great Britain - British Postal Services Abroad
... The United Kingdom has introduced postal services throughout the world and has often made use of British definitives bearing local overprints ... The following is a full list of British postal services abroad and many of these will become the subject of independent articles in due course British post offices abroad British post offices ...
The British Postal Museum & Archive
... The British Postal Museum Archive (BPMA) is the leading resource for all aspects of the history of the British postal system ...
Postal Orders Of The Chatham Islands - Chatham Islands-issued British Postal Orders
... Like New Zealand, British postal orders were issued at the post office at Waitangi ... It is also not yet known when British postal orders were introduced into the Chatham Islands, but the last possible date can be narrowed down to the nearest month - March ... The issue of British postal orders ceased due to the scrapping of foreign exchange controls by the New Zealand Finance Minister, Roger Douglas ...

Famous quotes containing the words postal and/or british:

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    Thought of the others they would never meet
    Or how their lives would all contain this hour.
    I thought of London spread out in the sun,
    Its postal districts packed like squares of wheat:
    Philip Larkin (1922–1985)

    The inhabitants of St. John’s and vicinity are described by an English traveler as “singularly unprepossessing,” and before completing his period he adds, “besides, they are generally very much disaffected to the British crown.” I suspect that that “besides” should have been a “because.”
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)