I hope this postcard makes it to Taiwan.
Last week, I received a very nice Postcrossing card from a young person in Taiwan who loves to collect stamps. To thank her, I am mailing her a postcard on which the back is nearly filled with small-denomination stamps from the 20th century. I use multiple stamps all the time on postcards, but this one takes the cake. So I hope it makes it through.
And, yes, it comes to $1.20¼ (international postage is $1.20 for now) because I capped it off with a 1¼¢ stamp featuring the Palace of the Governors1 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The turquoise stamp was issued on June 17, 1960. (First-class postage was 5¢ at the time, so you could mail a letter with four of these stamps.)
1. Built in 1610, the Palace of the Governors is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States. I learn something new every day! (It's the remembering that's the problem.)