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    Hi there just wanted to send my friends in germany and Inida christmas cards...would i have to have 'international' mail and get a spedial type of like customs stamp..also if i put a little chocolate/sweet ,i.e '1 ferrero rocher' enclosed in the card would they still accept it..or would it be restricted?
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    Hi there just wanted to send my friends in germany and Inida christmas cards...would i have to have 'international' mail and get a spedial type of like customs stamp..also if i put a little chocolate/sweet ,i.e '1 ferrero rocher' enclosed in the card would they still accept it..or would it be restricted?
    I think the chocolate would melt by the time it got to india
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    If you put anything reasonably bulky in a card it becomes a parcel the maximum depth is 5mm
    Look at the post office guides. A ferrero rocher would prevent it going through the letter guide slot and you’ll pay a fortune in comparison.
 
 
 
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