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• Answer: A postcard collector is called a Deltiologist.
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• Answer: The maximum size for a 27-cent postcard, until the USPS increases the cost to \$0.28 on May 11, 2009, is 6" long x 4 1/4" high.
• Answer: It currently (Dec 22, 2010) costs 98 cents from the United States to Europe.

It is hard to know how much it is worth without knowing what the picture is and the condition of the postcard. Most old postcards are worth about a dollar.
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• Answer: As of September 2014, it costs \$1.15 to ship a post cardinternationally. If it exceeds 4 3/4 inches high or 9 1/4 incheslong, you will be charged the First Class Mail International price.
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• Answer: There is the cost of the postcard, and having it sent with that tracking number, but then it also depends on the zip code. Your postman would know.

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• Answer: A quantitative measurement is one in which a particular quantity is measured. This can be as simple as measuring how long something is with a ruler or tape measure, or how heavy something is with a set of scales.
This is to be distinct from a qualitative measurement in which you are only interested in the presence of absence of a particular condition.
You use instrumentation to determine a quantitative measurement.
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# What are the measurements of a postcard?

• A standard postcard is 4 1/8" X 6".

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• Answer: A standard postcard is 4 1/8" X 6".
• Answer: it depends on where you purchase it !
• Answer: Most postcards measure 4 inches x 6 inches, although they can be bigger or smaller.
• Answer: If you are talking about cutting out the postcard stamp area, and sticking them on an envelope or a package, I think it is the same in theory as cutting stamps that were stuck to a letter, unused, and glue them to another letter to use.
I am also trying to find if there is some restrictions, because if I can use the old postcards, that is unused postage. Postcard stamps can also be used in stamp collecting.

They can be used to stamp anything, such as letters. Stamps are like money and they have to add up to the current postage, that is all.
• Answer: by putting it on eBay and seeing how much its worth
• Answer: At the USPS (post office)
• Answer: The standard size for a postcard is usually from 4 X 6" to 4.26x6"

Bigger postcards are also available sizes ranges from 5x7" to 6x11". These bigger postcards are often used by postcard marketers to be more eye catching.
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• Answer: The US postal service regards a postcard as between 3.5 × 5 inches and 4.25 × 6 inches. Depending on the printers you use their template will vary within these parameters.
• Answer: The postage for a postcard is valued at \$0.33 as of 2014. This canvary depending on the size of the postcard and may change as thePostal Service changes its rates.
• Answer: The pre-stamped ones sold by the post office are 3 1/2 X 5 inches. Souvenir picture postcards are 4 X 6 inches.
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