1980s SWL QSL Cards

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k9rzz

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+1 !

Very, very nice. Never heard of Radio Paris. Love the antenna card from Radio Nederlands.

Thanks for sharing!
 

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Yeah, I'll need to change that one to Radio France International. I named it Paris for brevity's sake in my photo file.
 

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Thanks. I don't know if SWL broadcasters even issue these anymore, what with internet radio.

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Now here's the question of the 80s, did that card from HCJB come in an envelope with a bunch of literature and a crude Indian ring made of brass? Mine did.
 

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Well, the card definitely came in an envelope because the back of the card doesn't have a postage meter stamp, return address, etc. I don't recall receiving any ancilliary materials.

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I did receive a power blue lapis pin with "Radio Peking" emblazoned on it when I received my QSL from them, however.
 
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