The gift shop offers seals and sealing wax – made by Waterstons of Edinburgh for the Bank of England since 1752 – as well as early 19th century “penny” ink bottles and quill pens. Postcards and note cards are available, including in-house productions. Also for sale are books on Canadian postal history and many titles about Toronto past and present – its people, its architecture, its rivers and ravines – and ways to get to know them better.
Proceeds from the gift shop, as well as a small percentage of postage sales, benefit the museum and help to keep its doors open seven days a week. Your purchases at Toronto’s First Post Office help to maintain an important piece of Toronto’s history. For hours and how to get there, click here.
We carry a wide range of vintage reproduction postcards from early Toronto including TFPO themed postcards designed by our staff ($1.50 each + tax)
Other Unique Items
1.5" buttons made with used stamps from around the world. No two are the same!
We also make 1.5" buttons featuring our post office ($1.50 each + tax).