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Whether you're looking to replace your timeworn post-mount mailbox or starting out from scratch, you'll find a wealth of choices worth writing home about. Styles range from strictly utilitarian to authentic retro reproductions to the downright fanciful, and the mailboxes, made from materials such as aluminum, powder-coated steel, or copper, are built to last.

The standard mailboxes in this gallery are approved by the United States Postal Service, which requires, among other things, that the bottom of the box be 41 to 45 inches from the road surface. Before installing, moving, or replacing your mailbox, be sure to contact your local post office.
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