Asked by: Kapil Ewelasked in category: General Last Updated: 6th June, 2020
What does it mean when you put a postage stamp upside down?
Similarly one may ask, is it okay if a stamp is upside down?
Upside down, sideways, whatever. They don't like it if you put the stamp in the 'wrong' place on the envelope, because then they must cancel it by hand, but they will still carry your letter.
Likewise, what does a stamp symbolize? Always featuring the name of the issuing nation (with the exception of the United Kingdom), a denomination of its value, and often an illustration of persons, events, institutions, or natural realities that symbolize the nation's traditions and values, every stamp is printed on a piece of usually rectangular, but
Herein, what happens if you address an envelope upside down?
You can place the delivery address on the front or the back of the mailpiece, but it must be on the same side as the postage. The address may be parallel or perpendicular to the top edge, but not upside-down as read in relation to the top edge. A perpendicular address can face to the left or the right.
What does a sideways stamp mean?
Right side up=business. Upside down=lovesick, lonesome or I love you. Sideways, head to the right=love & kisses. Sideways, head to the left=I promise not to leave you.