United States Postal Service 136 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 This branch of United States Postal Service serves the Beacon Hill area and provides the standard mailing and shipping…More services of express mail, priority mail and first-class mail, as well as insurance, tracking and international shipping services. This location also sells stamps, envelopes and other shipping supplies.
Rugg Road Paper Company 105 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 When Rugg Road Paper Company was first founded in 1982, it was a handmade paper-making shop that catered to the local…More art community. The shop currently maintains that heritage by stocking over 600 types of hand-made paper from around the world, but also meets all the practical paper needs of the Beacon Hill community by providing greeting cards, stationary, recycled paper products, gift supplies and in-house gift wrapping services, wedding invitations, photo albums, notebooks, rubber stamp kits, and more.
Court Square Smoke Shops 15 Court St, Boston, MA02108 Don't let the name fool you -- this establishment is more convenience store than smoke shop. And, despite not having a…More sign on the door, it has a steady stream of customers looking for everything from snacks to stamps to lottery tickets. It also stocks a wide variety of bottled drinks, including obscure hard-to-find items such as Tab and Moxie.
Black Ink's flagship location on Charles Street is a visually intriguing shop full of surprises covering every inch…More of its fewer than 500 square feet of space. Featuring floor-to-ceiling shelves, and rows of merchandise in between, you could spend hours inquisitively browsing and still discover new items.
There's really no rhyme or reason to this eclectic assortment of merchandise. Ribbons of all colors and patterns are sold by the yard. It's got 50 to 100 different styles of rubber stamps, and a diverse selection of wrapping paper. Rows of beautifully letter-pressed greeting cards are positioned in the center of the store between walls of candles, erasers, games, soaps, items for brides, grooms and babies, and books including The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin and other titles you rarely find anywhere else. The vintage storefront is sure to lure you in. But be careful. You may not want to leave.