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Old 09-01-2012, 1:41 AM
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heres a couple pics of my vor qsl's
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Old 09-01-2012, 4:43 AM
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Great idea. How about some good pix? (in focus and not reversed?)
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A New Kindle eBook - QSLing the World - A How-to Guide Now Available

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sorry bout the qualityof pix all i have is a flip pos phone for a camera and i geus i just thought everyone would get the idea of the thread so everyone post those
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Old 09-04-2012, 12:07 AM
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How 'bout some links?

QSL - Minus

my prize QSLs

QSL Gallery of John Agrelius - K7HG.
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Old 09-04-2012, 4:46 PM
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Here's one of my unusual ones, that's his ham-shack... BBBRRR! Then there's one of mine, sorry it got messed up. Sorry my classic SWL QSL cards floated away in a hurricane, many of those countries discontinued broadcasting years ago.

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Old 09-08-2012, 1:48 PM
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cool thanks much i like the shack it looks like a ice fishin shanty
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Old 09-08-2012, 8:38 PM
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hf, unfortunately these 3 are all I have-but here they are
AFRTS transmitter Guam, R. New Zealand transmitter Rangitaki, and R. Australia transmitter Shepparton..had to pull teeth for that one
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AFRTS, I was surprised Robin Williams aka Adrian Cronauer didn't refer to its popular name in Viet Nam, Our Farts. Rumbling from the delta to the DMZ? Yeah!
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Hello ALL,

This is my Website for some QSL from my collection, sorry since 2009 I no Time for news QSL of my site :

Collection QSL de 14ZK192
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This is my Website for some QSL from my collection, sorry since 2009 I no Time for news QSL of my site :

Collection QSL de 14ZK192
Holy crap! What a collection! Nice station too and website. Man you've been quite busy there lol!
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This is my Website for some QSL from my collection, sorry since 2009 I no Time for news QSL of my site :

Collection QSL de 14ZK192
I enjoyed viewing your QSL Collection, cool site. Thanks for sharing.
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Hello all,

Hi all

I happy that my site on my QSL you interested, I still have lot of QSL to put, but I no longer have the time, there will be this winter.

Although friendly

(Sorry for my English).

Some QSL from this Years 2012 :

PIRATES and Private Radio :

























DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) :



UTILITY :





HAM :







BROADCAST :









QSO in 27 MHZ (Citizen Band) :






And many more.

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Very well done. Very impressive.

That should answer the question once and for all: Is shortwave dead?

NOT!
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Hello K9RZZ,

Not, shortwave is no Dead, No, the shortwaves are rich in surprise, but must be passionate about listening, always look on the HF spectrum, I find every day new stations.

Therefore good hunting to you all.

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I receive yesterday then QSL from Bible Voice :



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From my collection, courtesy of Otto Brocker in Chicago. Otto was a very busy DXer back in 1927 QSLing radio stations. What a time for radio and DXing that must have been!





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Old 11-15-2012, 11:34 PM
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Those are awesome. I pick up vintage ham QSLs off ebay that came from hams in my local area. Sort of building a local history of DXers of old ... one card at a time. Got some neat ones, I'll have to scan 'em some time.
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