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Re: Humorous coin story...True

You are not supposed to send any coins in the mail, even withiin Canada, but it's doable anyway. If the item is not identified as coins it will pass, and most times even if it is identified as such, it passes. there was a new pollicy at the post office that all first classl envelopes are supposed to only contain paper. I went to send coins, the clerk said it's not just paper, I said send them anyway, and everything went through.

All you had to do with that set was mark "numismatic items"

Terry T, 1/18/2011
CCRS member since: 3/21/2002
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Humorous coin story...True (Jerry, 1/17/2011)
 Re: Humorous coin story...True (carpman, 1/18/2011)
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 Re: Humorous coin story...True (Terry T, 1/18/2011)
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