The Georgian bullock carts are closely linked to the first postal transfers in Georgia. Georgian carts are exhibited at the Popov Central Museum of Communications (in Saint-Petersburg) among the oldest means of postal transportation. Bulls locked in the cart are carrying the heavy mailbox. There are two Georgians ahead of the cart. Postal transfers using the Georgian bullock cart have brought attention from many countries. The book called “Technology and Industry” (volume ten) translated from German to Russian in 1900 describing several unique exhibits of the Berlin Postal Museum reads: among the Russian exhibits in the museum “the pictures of postal transfers using the two-wheel Georgian carts” are particularly interesting. This makes it clear that the Georgian cart has gained its place among the first means of postal transportation in the world. One of the catalogues at the Popov Museum states that there were a model of a Georgian bullock cart and a painting describing the transportation of the post over the Caucasus presented at the Postal Exhibition arranged in 1893 in Chicago. The improvement of the circulation of mail from Georgia to Russia through the Caucasus was directly linked to the development of postal networks in Georgia.