Miss

by Linda
(USA)

As noted above, I am concerned about postcards not being delivered. I hope I had the right postage attached; I spent quite a lot on stamps. Thank you!

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Postcards
by: Charlie

Lind,
Postage from Denmark can vary. Depends on where you sent them and where you dropped them off. If you put them in a red post box, make sure that collection times are printed on the box. If there are no collection times, it could mean that the box is no longer in use. Letters have taken 7-10 days to reach the US and have others say that it takes 2 weeks to places like Australia and Japan.

Post inside Denmark is usually 1-2 days, rarely longer.

Yes, postage prices are outrageous. Should wait to mail them when you get home or when you get to another country. Denmark has probably the highest postage rates in the world - have not verified that but sure feels that way.

Charlie

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