ELEVEN cards this time, including decorations from ALL of the backsides! Yes, I’m serious: if you don’t believe me, go on down to the bottom of the post right now & look!
On second thought, you know what? Let’s ONLY do the backs this time–there are so many, and so much going on, it’s really just–enough. I’ll show the fronts, and trade details, next time. I mean, unless another post gets in the way.
You may notice that in the days I was preparing all of these cards, I was experimenting with how to work out the new stamp values to equal the international stamp rate. My initial attempts put me over as much as four cents per postcard. More exact addition led to precious little room to address the cards.
I finally landed on the information that one Forever stamp, plus two postcard rate stamps, equal the value of one international stamp. The previous math was 2 Forevers + 1 Additional Ounce = 1 International.
Old stamps require new math: