📯 Postal Horn
A postal horn (usually called a post horn) was used in the 18th and 19th centuries to indicate that a mail coach was arriving to deliver the mail. When the horn was blown, people would have to get out of the way, sort of like a siren today.
This postal horn can be found in the logos of many European postal services, and is also shown on the front of the European Post Office emoji in the Apple artwork.
Also Known As
- 📯 Bugle
- 📯 French Horn