Sunday, November 07, 2004

Postal Seals

Post office seals, or official seals, are government issued labels used by postal
authorities to repair or reclose mail items that were . . .
* Damaged in transit
* Received unsealed at the post office
* Opened by mistake or by the Dead Letter Office

1 comment:

  1. Over in the U.K. they seal enevlopes that have split open with dull tape and put them in a polthene bag with" Sorry, your mail has been thrashed within an inch of its life because we, at the post office, find it offensive and the remains have been lovingly sealed in this bag for your enjoyment".


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