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jayvee2206, Australia


(or Jeffrey) is a member in Australia . He has been a member for over 1 year (585 days).
274 sent 279 received

  • Distance sent: 2,399,124 miles
  • Last seen: about 6 hours ago
  • Languages: English
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • Jeffrey is a Postcrossing Supporter
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Lat: -33.87, Lon: 151.21 | Google Maps

About Jeffrey...

Hello! I'm a middle-aged gay man living in Sydney, Australia. I enjoy sending and receiving mail and in doing so learning about other cultures around the world. I also love the surprise of not knowing what part of the world my next postcard is coming from (or going to). I’m happy and grateful to receive any kinds of postcards, but prefer standard size (6 x 4 inches or 15 x 10 cm.) please. I don't want to cut your beautiful postcard to fit in my album!

If you have a postcard matching any of the subjects below I would be especially happy to receive it!

History - historic buildings, famous people in history, historic places, monuments, ruins, old stone bridges, industrial archaeology.

Railways, railway stations, subways, trams, streetcars, funiculars, tunnels (historic or modern views).

Canals, inland waterways, canal boats (historic or modern views).

Hiking or walking trails.

Books and reading - famous writers, literary or library theme.

Music - composers, performers or musical instruments.

Art / art objects / artefacts from past centuries.

Photos of dogs, cats or birds.

Vintage cards of people in their everyday lives - at home, at work, at leisure, commuting, shopping.

Film actors and actresses.

Male pin up, gay male couples, camp/queer subjects.

Cities, towns or villages (not necessarily your own), narrow streets or alleys, market places (modern or vintage).

Thanks for reading and happy postcrossing!