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no precious metal is not considered to be jewelry within the meaning of this section) Manufactured  and  unmanufactured  platinum, gold, or silver Precious  stones  or  jewels  and  other  valuable articles Traveler’s checks Instruments payable to bearer Individual Country Prohibitions and Restrictions If  an  article  is  not  prohibited  or  restricted  in general,  you  should  refer  to  “Prohibitions  and Restrictions”  under  the  Country  Conditions  for Mailing  section  in  the  Individual  Country  Listings section of the IMM.  Certain articles may be mailable to  some  countries  but  not  to  others.    If  an  article  is prohibited  by  the  country  of  address,  it  may  not  be accepted  for  mailing.    If  an  article  has  restrictions placed on it, advise the mailer of these restrictions. The  country  of  address  may  return  or  keep  articles prohibited or restricted.   Do NOT attempt to inform customers whether or not items are subject to customs duty,  however,  because  the  possibility  exists  that customs duties will be charged, you may suggest to customers that they inform addressees in advance of the items they intend to mail. ENVELOPES Envelopes  used  for  mail  addressed  to  foreign countries must meet the following conditions: Light in color (not a brilliant color).   The color must  be  light  enough  so  that  the  address  and postmark are legible. Rectangular in shape. A minimum of 5 1/2 inches in length by 3 1/2 inches in height. Envelopes should be constructed of paper strong enough to withstand normal handling.  Highly glazed paper or paper with an overall design is not acceptable. PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS The mailer is responsible for properly packaging and  preparing  international  mail.     However,  you 6-4 Figure 6-2. An example of an index of countries and localities.

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