I will write this glossy postcard of the Houses of Parliament by hand and send it to you in the mail using this special B.P.M.A PENNY BLACK 175 overprint Post & Go stamp as issued by the machine sited in the British Postal Museum & Archive (now known as The Postal Museum).
As these stamps were not released at Post Office locations, most have been collected in mint condition and the overwhelming majority of used examples are on philatelic covers. It is rare to predict with confidence that commercially used examples of a stamp on cover or card will become extremely rare items of postal history in future.
Compared to postcard exchanges like Postcrossing, this offer lets you choose the stamp that will be used on the postcard you receive and you don't have to buy or write any postcards to send before you eventually get one returned.
So this is intended to be an easy and cheap way to help you build a collection of commercially used special GB Post & Go stamps on postcards. You can mount the cards in albums to display your collection as it builds or simply put them away safely to age and hopefully grow in value.
I will personally write your postcard by hand saying "Hi (Your Name), Hope you like the card." and sign it from me, "Helen". I will also address the card by hand to your address as confirmed by Paypal. If you want me to send a postcard to a different name or address then simply provide the details in a message during the Paypal checkout process.
I will send postcards from the United Kingdom to anywhere in the world. For buyers not in the UK the postage cost to send the card is obviously higher so, in addition to the Post & Go stamp, additional British postage stamps will be used to make up the required rate.
Once purchased, cards are usually posted within 24 hours.
If you have any questions about this postcard, the post & go stamp to be used or any other aspect of the service please use the "ask seller a question" link above (right hand side of page) before you make a purchase. Please also note that, as these postcards are being sent by the commercial mail service, I have no control and can offer no guarantee of the type or quality of postmark the card will receive and the condition cards arrive in will reflect their treatment in the regular mail system. Please also note that the session numbers on Post & Go stamps will vary from one stamp to another.