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The Post Office Engineering Department Pamphlets of 1929 offer a captivating glimpse into the technological advancements that were shaping the postal services during that era. This pivotal moment in history saw the integration of cutting-edge technologies, such as telegraphy, telephony, automatic sorting machines, radio communication, pneumatic tube systems, and advancements in airmail. These innovations aimed to streamline postal operations, increase efficiency, and improve the overall reliability of mail services. The pamphlets also emphasized the importance of security measures as the postal landscape evolved. The legacy of these pamphlets lies in their contribution to the modern postal infrastructure, shaping the way we communicate and connect globally.

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Mersey Repurposing operates from New Brighton near Liverpool. All orders will be sent from this address.

Looking for a gift to show you’ve thought outside the box? MR has a range of individually designed gifts to show how unique your loved one is. Examples of our personalised gifts can be seen throughout our store. They range from antique phones and clocks brought back into modern day-to-day use to stunning pottery and glassware with a secondary and less ornamental purpose. We also have a collection of classic books, re-packaged with an information pack, making the reading that much more meaningful. For truly bespoke gifts, please view our antiques catalogue and email us with your idea. With your input, we can price it up and give you a timescale.

Due to the nature of our store, a great deal of research has gone into every item as we do not want to damage or change pieces that have historical significance in their current state. Therefore if any of our pieces are listed incorrectly, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Because we are a small, family-run business, at the moment our projects are relatively small scale and we cannot cater to extremely large custom orders. However, we pride ourselves on our finished products’ quality therefore will not sell objects in any other condition than advertised.

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