The_Eskimo

The_Eskimo, United States of America
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  • icon 8th September 1960
    (60 years old)

About Edgar...

Hello! My name is Edgar, and I live in the port city of Mobile, Alabama, USA. I really enjoy Postcrossing, and now I have a collection of postcards from nice Postcrossers all over the world. I prefer postcards without envelopes, and I really like interesting stamps if you have them.

I am looking forward to sharing these with my 7 young grandchildren - Keller, Callyn, Lucy, Wesley, Etta, Fox, and Piper. No nudity or messages inappropriate for children, please.

Some ideas for you to consider::

-Tourist postcards, map postcards, city views, landscapes, big letter “Grettings from...” postcards, parks, landmarks.

-Cathedrals, Churches, Saints, the Vatican, Sistine Chapel, Pope Francis, Temples, Synagogues, Mosques, and other religious-themed cards.

-Amateur Radio, Telegraphy, Morse Code, vintage radios, communications equipment. I'm an amateur radio operator, call sign N4EWF.

-Planets, stars, the sun, the moon, space exploration.

-Art and Artists, Books and writers. Cartoons, comics. Black and white photography. Portraits of notable persons.

-Magic - Houdini, Slydini, Thurston, Ricky Jay, Penn & Teller, classic magic posters.

-Music - Grateful Dead, any 60's or 70's rock, Jazz, Bluegrass, Blues, etc. What music do you enjoy? You can send a postcard of your favorite musical genre or group.

-German Postcrossers: I love Kraftwerk. Anything related to Kraftwerk would be a fabulous addition to my collection.

-I love Fotofolio postcards. Pantone postcards are nice, too.

Please don't stress over which card to send. Any card in my mailbox will be received with a smile.

Support Postcrossing if you can. Think of it as planting smiles around the world.

Be kind. It's important.

Edgar

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