THE FOREVER STAMP EXCHANGE
This is probably the easiest and most interesting way
to collect thousands
of stamps you have ever tried. It's fun and doesn't cost more than the
postage. Just send 50 different stamps to the first name not crossed off.
Cross off that name and add yours to the bottom. Send at least 20 copies
to other collectors you exchange with, plus one copy tot he person you are
sending the stamps to. That allows them to start at the bottom again, and
the exchange keeps going. Plenty of space is allowed for you to write,
type or stamp your address in. Feel free to include collecting interests
under your name. SO HAVE A GO AND KEEP THOSE STAMPS MOVING!!!
Peter Nyman, Uppsala, Sweden [scratched out]
Anton Bezuidenhout, Springs, South Africa [crossed out]
Mrs. C. Warren, Devon, England [crossed out]
Gerarda Carlin, Duncan, Canada [crossed out]
Lyiorf Elfi, Perl, Germany [printed, crossed out]
Gryseleyn Léon, Itzig, Luxembourg [stamped, country written]
Gustave E. Degreef, Wijnegem, Belgium [stamped in blue]
Mrs C. Warren, Devon, England [printed in blue]
Mrs. Gerarda Carlin, Duncan, Canada [label]
The Paper Chain Letter Archive - contents Chain Letter Evolution.