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  1. Kgby13's Avatar
    Google search for addresses
  2. CliffAnderson92's Avatar
    Welcome to SCF!
    3.Youtube: I seen an SCF member showing how to do ttm requests, I tried it myself, and I've been hooked on ttm collecting since
    Updated 11-17-2014 at 11:42 PM by CliffAnderson92
  3. Billstalls's Avatar
    Wud luv 2 trade with others
  4. Billstalls's Avatar
    I used Google.
  5. Blueline90's Avatar
    Your going to need Canada postage for your return letter, or gamble and send two dollars to Guy and ask if he could spot you the stamp. I usually go to the Canada post website and buy 50 Canada stamps for my TTM to Canada. You necessarily need a "special stamp" to send to Canada, you just need $1.15 in US Postage to get it there.
  6. CliffAnderson92's Avatar
    I use global forever stamps. They are just like a regular first class stamp, except that you can use them to send mail to any country in the world. I used them once to get a ttm auto from a retired hockey player that lives in Toronto and they worked fine. Each stamp currently costs $1.15 each. Here's a link to the USPS website where you can see one of the designs:

    Hope this helps
  7. kevinzscf's Avatar
    Thank you for your response, if you happen to come across it again in the future please let me know. Thanks again!
  8. jrlebert's Avatar
    I don't remember who I sold it to, but I just sold a complete set minus the Ruth for about $600, six months or so ago.