I love getting postcards as the whole world steps in my postbox! It's such a beautiful experience. :) I have studied law.
I collect stamps. Hence, I would appreciate receiving commemorative stamps as postage on postcards (I use commemoratives when I send postcards). You can use any commemorative stamps, but the following themes would be most welcome (not in order of preference)-
2. UNESCO World Heritage Sites
3. World Wars
4. Europa Stamps
I would really appreciate if you send me any nice postcard. But if you wonder which card should be sent, I will give a few suggestions below. But please note that I will like ANY card you send, and these suggestions are NOT mandatory (many people complained to me, that the list is too long. But I will repeat, it is only a suggestion and you need not adhere to it).
1. Royalty (Kings, Queens, Princes etc.)
2. UNESCO World Heritage Sites (kindly send them from country of origin only. For instance, a Taj Mahal card from the U.K. is not a great idea!)
3. World Wars (for example, World War I Centenary)
4. National Memorial of your nation & War Memorials
5. Famous authors or politicians of your nation
7. Heritage Monuments
8. Your nation's Parliament and Courts/ Tribunals
9. Famous Battles and Wars
10. Anything related to history, law or politics
11. Azulejos Tiles (Portugal)
13. Any card from my favourites
I would be happy if you could write about the site on the card.
Friends from Russia- If possible, please use the India Russia Joint Issue Stamps (2017) or the Russian stamp on Indira Gandhi (2017).
If your country has issued a stamp on "postcrossing", please use it on the card if possible.
No advertisement postcards please. Also refrain from sending Christmas and New Year Cards, Erotica, & Hand made cards.
On the card, write the name of your city and date of posting please. Also write about the card, as in what it depicts. Please do write the date and name of city/ town where posted. Also, please send only a card from your nation.
For instance, posting a card depicting the Buckingham Palace from Germany is not a very good idea. But if you are from X country and spending your holidays in Y, then you can post a card from Y country, provided it is mailed from Y country- not from X country.
Note: Please do not send the card in an envelope. I like to see the postmark on cards.