Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by GH#75, May 17, 2020.
Cogent post for your first...Welcome Aboard! @Michael M Mabb ...Spark
Log in or Sign up to hide this ad.
Assuming someone uses the cheapest way possible, a stamp is $55 cents. You then have to buy the envelope, if there was padding in it that is more even if just a sheet of paper. You need at least a pen to address it, then you have to drive to the post office to mail it which costs gas and mileage and time.
Anyone selling things for under $3 on eBay is very likely losing money overall or making a couple cents especially if you get under $2
Have you messaged him to let him know about the omission?
Yes, this is my disguise for mailing coins too. And yes, minimum postage is $2.XX for 2 ounces to mail a "non-letter" which is a tiny bubble-lined envelope. The envelope itself is going to cost $0.25 to $0.30. So, for $3.00, you can mail one or two coins safely across the lower 48.
Separate names with a comma.