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Do we need to use full stop after city while addressing a letter and after name?

E.g.

No.3, Mane Road,
London.

or

Yours lovingly,
John.

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  • No, because it should be "London (postal code)" and below that "United Kingdom".
    – user3169
    Commented May 11, 2017 at 20:03

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This one is fairly easy, I went to Google. On the envelope after the city some use a comma and some use no punctuation.envelope

In the body of the letter: body of letter

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I have never seen a full stop after the writer's name.

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    It's worth noting that the first line of your 123 Elm Ave. example ends in a full stop (the othographic feature OP is specifically asking about) - but this is only because Ave is an abbreviation of Avenue. I'd also point out that many writers (particularly, older people) would put a comma at the end of each line except the last one, AND that people differ as to whether they include a comma within a line - to separate, for example, house number from road name (where again, older people are more likely to do this). Commented May 11, 2017 at 15:40

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