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Instructions for sending a self-addressed stamped envelope
In the first envelope, put YOUR adress on the centre as if you were preparing to send a message to yourself. Do not enter the sender adress. Put enough shipping (one ticket, currently $0.46) on the envelope. When you want several things (e.g. several books and bookplates), the addition of a second philatelic will make sure that the shipping costs for the extra weights are sufficient.
DON'T HAVE THIS ENVELOPE SEALED. That'?ll be the envelope I sent you with your book cover! Pleat the envelope #1 in one-third. To make it nicely small, pleat this envelope one-third. Prep envelope #2. The second envelope has my name in the middle: Printing your sender adress in the top right of the envelope.
Put appropriate shipping on the top right of the envelope. It should be exactly the same amount of shipping you placed on envelope #1. Place envelope #1 in envelope #2. Use Envelope #1, which should be the one with YOUR adress on it, the one that is one third flat, and put it in Envelope #2.