I’m happy to understand that postcards in Russia are quite cheap - start by 7 roubles (about 0,08€) and up to 50 (0,57€) or little more. I’ve also seen some expensive card like Inge Löök for 140 roubles - about 1,6€.
Some city views cards are little cheaper sometimes, I’ve bought them from publisher, set of 16 cards costed 57 roubles (0,64€, so it’s 0,04€ per card!) and set of 32 cards about 150 roubles (1,70€). I’ve also bought some museums set not directly in museum, but from publisher, so it wasn’t expensive.
But all these cards are the same and you all have seen them lots of times, so I usually try to find smth non typical and not a Blue cats
Surely we have expensive cards - up to 2-3€ per postcard in museums or by local artists. Sets usually are much more cheaper. I’ve seen lenticular card that costed about 300 roubles - 3,4€.
Postage is 18 Roubles (0,20€) for domestic postcard, 24 roubles (0,27€) for letters, 52 roubles (0,6€) international Surface cards/letters up to 20gr and 58 (0,66€) airmail. But usually Surface and airmail takes the same time, I’m not sure if they’re sorted by types by Russian post. I send all my international cards with Surface - mostly it takes about 2 weeks! Postcards and envelopes cost the same, so if you want envelope form Russian member - feel free to ask!
Unfortunately, Russian post is cheap, but very unreliable and quite slow so… low prices - low speed
i’ve sent some cards from Germany on vacation and was surprised that it takes 2 days to another country! I’d be happy if my postbox would be emptied in two days by our post, sometimes I put card and hear that there’s a lot of mail in this box, so I’m not sure that the mail is taken from this box on daily basis