I Wanna See Your QSL Card!

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KF4SCI, May 1, 2017.

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  1. G3EDM

    G3EDM Ham Member QRZ Page

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  2. UK8IQ

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  3. N6QLH

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  4. UK8IQ

    UK8IQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    My apologies for the image quality. I had to take a picture with my phone. Always glad to receive qsl radio amateurs. I will definitely answer everyone.
  5. N7WS

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    N7WS_QSL (1 of 1).jpg
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  6. AI5DH

    AI5DH Ham Member

    Can't do it, I am like you, could care less about them.
  7. N6QLH

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    very nice.
  8. WZ7U

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    Good job Dereck. On 4-20 no less. :D :cool:
  9. HA2ZB

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    Standard card via bureau:

    QSL of my Adriatic Sea sailing trip Maritime Mobile operation:
    (Photos taken by me during the trip.)

    Attached Files:

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  10. KD9QHQ

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    Should be able click on these to make them a bit bigger. they're sized a little weird as I print them out on an inkjet printer as needed (Unfortunately the colors aren't as crisp when printed), and the postcard sizes are 4.25x5.5 so that you can fit 4 on a sheet of paper without waste.

    I always was, and still am heavily into the computer BBS "scene" so I figured an ANSI/ASCII QSL card would be quite fitting.

    qsl-postcard-hq.png QSL-ASCII-Back (1).png
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