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English: Penfold-type Victorian post box on King's Parade, Cambridge, by the main gate of King's College. This was the standard design for UK Post Office boxes between 1866–1879.
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current20:04, 30 April 2005Thumbnail for version as of 20:04, 30 April 2005768 × 1,090 (294 KB)IkescsA Penfold Hexagonal postbox. This was the standard design for UK Post Office boxes between 1866–1879. This example is on King's Parade, Cambridge beside the main gate of King's College. Traditionally UK post boxes are marked with the initials of the r
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