17 Pictures of Old Rustic Mailboxes

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Exposed to sun, rain, wind and snow, even country mailboxes that are meticulously cared for eventually end up with a few cracks, a bit of peeled paint or a quirky, lopsided tilt. Fortunately, these imperfections only increase the photogenic charm of old mailboxes, worn down by years of good service.

Vintage Mailboxes new england

Vintage Mailboxes by Robin Epstein

old mailbox

Mail by Brandon Addis

Teal Mailbox

Teal Mailbox by Carl Christensen

rusty old mailbox

Reliable by Nick David

Holiday Delivery old mailbox

Holiday Delivery by Susan Templin

Checks In The old rusty Mail

Checks In The Mail by Angela Faye Daniel

Country Mailbox

Country Mailbox by Scott Peyatt

Got Mail? old mailboxes

Got Mail? by Danielle Rajotte Mattson

Viking Mailboxes

Viking Mailboxes by Avey Christiansen

Old mailbox

Old mailbox by Mila Schöneberg

Desert Mailboxes

Desert Mailboxes by Jillian Audrey

The Anderson's old Mailbox

The Anderson’s Mailbox by Avey Christiansen

3851 Old St. Mary's Pike

3851 Old St. Mary’s Pike by Jessica Christie

You Got Mail old country mailbox

You Got Mail by polagem

love letters old country mailbox

love letters by Mandy Lynne

Mailbox train

Mailbox by Paul VanDerWerf

Duckies on top of mailbox

Duckies by João André O. Dias

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  1. Mark Jenkins

    Stunning photographs!

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  2. Bruce Lindman

    How about a follow-up post with, but with interesting and artistic pictures of mailboxes? Yawn.

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  3. Kozytv

    Thanks Stephaine
    There’s a Mailbox shot for you on my website

    http://kozy.tv/#&ui-state=dialog

    Or one for Bruce with his interesting lawn.

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  4. Shannon Perry

    I think that I reconize one of the mailboxes

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