Postboxes in the UK bear the 'royal cypher' (initials, basically) of the monarch on the throne at the time they are installed, and have done since Queen Victoria's reign - meaning you can very roughly ascertain how old a postbox is just by looking at it postalmuseum.org/blog/roy…
There is a postbox in Japan that is 10meters underwater and at its busiest time can contain 200 pieces of mail. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sus…
There is a permanent gold postbox in each of the home towns of 2012 British Gold Medal winners en.wikipedia.org/wiki/201…
The deepest postbox is 10 meters underwater. It is used by divers in Japan to send waterproof postcards. worldatlas.com/articles/d…
The world's deepest postbox is in Susami Bay in Japan. It's 10 metres underwater. japantimes.co.jp/news/201…
The world’s deepest postbox is in Susami Bay in Japan. It’s 10 metres underwater. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sus…
Royal Mail Celebrates Gold Olympic Winners by Painting there Local Postbox Gold goldpostboxes.com
The reason why the postbox outside the Manchester (UK) Museum of Science & Industry is blue, is because blue was a special colour used for airmail postboxes in the 1930's. There are only two blue postboxes in the UK. geograph.org.uk/photo/239…
:That in Vanuatu, an island in the South Pacific, there is an underwater post office that has an underwater mailbox and a postman that will process your mail if you go to him tourismontheedge.com/plac…
There is a pillar box (mail box) still in use in Guernsey that was installed on February 8, 1853 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pil…

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