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The Postal Museum is committed to respecting copyright law and other intellectual property rights.

The Postal Museum values its own intellectual property rights and those of others. To support this approach we have taken every reasonable effort to ensure rights holders have been contacted for permission prior to reproduction of their work on the pages of this website, on our blog and for all other uses. Any omissions or errors are inadvertent and will be corrected for future publication on written notification by the rights holder or their representative.

Please note that copyright in the content of this website belongs to the Postal Heritage Trust, Royal Mail Group Ltd, and other rights holders as specified. Please note that neither these guidelines nor any guidance offered by any member of Postal Museum staff constitutes legal advice. Prior to reproducing any elements from this site it is your responsibility to obtain permission from copyright holders or their representatives as appropriate, and failure to do so may constitute an infringement of copyright.

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