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cashing in postage stamps

kevandalice

Established Member
does anyone know if it is possible to cash in postage stamps at the post office?

i have a rather large amount surplus and wondered if this is possible before selling on ebay

regards


kevin
 

rdt123

Established Member
They are legal tender, according to David Brent a bus driver would have to accept them. Do you use a bus?
 

krish

Distinguished Member
rdt123 said:
They are legal tender, according to David Brent a bus driver would have to accept them. Do you use a bus?
:rotfl:

David: In fact, a postage stamp is legal tender. A bus driver would have to accept that as currency.
Tim: Yeah, that'd happen.
David: Well, if he doesn't, report him.
Tim: Yeah, I'll report him while I'm walking home.
Gareth: Get a taxi, if you've got enough stamps.
Dawn: Or cash 'em in at the Post Office.
David: Shouldn't have to. Shouldn't have to.
 

mason

Established Member
uridium said:
:smashin: Tell you what..I'll give you a tenner for the to save you the hassle.........


I'll give you £15 and pay the postage!!! :laugh:
 

kevandalice

Established Member
just phoned royal mail and they said that you can get a form to fill in and they will buy back, but they take 50% of the total for admin costs!!

eBay here we come!!

will just wait till april till prices go up as they will be worth 60 quid more then!!!
 

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