Australia Post and the Royal Post Work! – Navwar and Forgotten Orders

On December 31, 2019 I posted two letters, you know, those old fashioned things in envelopes with stamps on them – you must have seen them on the Classic Movie channel! One letter was addressed to my bank in Singapore, then other to Navwar in Seven Keys, Ilford, Essex, England!

I’ve not heard anything back from my Singapore bank yet. Perhaps they do not know how to deal with a letter.

I did notice today, however, that the balance of my credit card had depleted by approximately £100.00. That can only mean one thing – Navwar have packed my order and are about to post it. Ships ahoy. Now in the post 2019 … That’s a Wrap I intimated that I had not ordered any 1/3000 ships. I lied! I did. I can’t remember all I ordered and as the order was made by a letter, I do not have any email confirmations 😦

I do recall that I think I added some US and French World War One vessels as I was a bit light on in that area. Still, it really will be like Santa delivering a Christmas gift (or at least PhilPost) as I will not have a complete idea of what is in the parcel until I open it!

4 thoughts on “Australia Post and the Royal Post Work! – Navwar and Forgotten Orders

  1. TWR 22 January 2020 / 2:31 am

    Snap! I recently sent off an order to Navwar as well with a mix of trepidation and nostalgia as having actually posted an order. But over the weekend I too noted a debit on my credit card.

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    • Thomo the Lost 22 January 2020 / 9:09 am

      It is a magical moment when the parcel arrives … a time machine moment without a TARDIS

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    • Thomo the Lost 22 January 2020 / 8:58 pm

      Ah yes but very slowly this year. I have so far resisted even the 6mm ACW although I did purchase a 1/35th scale Somua S35 and early war T-60

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