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obliterated postcard message

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I wondered if this was done by PO in order they could sell "insufficiently addressed" card (88 is E District Office, right for Aldgate) There are possibly a couple of attempts to deliver, 1 pencil, the other blue crayon, but can't read. Did they try to return to sender, I see Louis gave his address, perhaps that was insufficient as well! Does anyone know if obliteration was done by PO? No Dead Letter Office cancel
Of course the US doesn't do a free redirect service, perhaps why you see so many return addresses on US mail

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Sorry, I didn't add pic, I find I can't do on this website (its easy on Delcampe!) somebody did tell me how onetime but I've forgotten! (Also advancing years are an excuse!)

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Dave43 wrote:
Thu Feb 20, 2020 9:34 pm
Sorry, I didn't add pic, I find I can't do on this website (its easy on Delcampe!) somebody did tell me how onetime but I've forgotten! (Also advancing years are an excuse!)
No worries - here is a thread which tells you how to post a picture: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=817 :D
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