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January 19, 2010


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I love Jane Austen too! SO interesting about these letters! I can't imagine writing on top of the writing - and never knew about that (I absolutely love history). Fascinating!!!

I had no idea either! I'm guessing this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Hi,I really hope you can respond to this as I am desperate for an answer. I was wondering if you have tried to mail a regency style letter and if it was successful? I want so badly to correspond this way,not using an envelope.Its so lovely.


I haven't attempted to respond this way. However, I would think that if the address is legible and the proper stamp is applied, it would make it through. Maybe write a letter and address it, then go to the PO before you stick the stamp on and ask. As long as the letter is securely closed, I would think it would be a go! Try it, the worst that could happen is that it wouldn't make it through. Let someone know that your testing the method and see how it goes. Good luck!

Hi. The link to folding had been moved on their website, and it took me a minute to find it, so here it is:


Thank you, this is a lot of fun.
It reminds me of notefolding we did in middle school.

Any idea what size paper this is?

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