I Wanna See Your QSL Card!

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

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  1. K6QV

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    Actually, Japanese. Amusingly, the very first card I sent out was to a Japanese Ham... (what are the chances?)

    It says "Judo." My other hobby. Probably readable to about .0003 percent of Americans... and they're all either Judo players themselves, or speak Japanese.

    And yes, it's pretty ostentatious... I'll agree... but I'm happy with it. I'd like to publicly thank K4JSG for his help in putting my ideas to a card - he does excellent work (https://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/10677)
     
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  2. IZ4OSH

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    My qsl 73
     

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  3. WW2WW

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    Folded Cards are my favorite.
     

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  4. WW2WW

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  5. WZ7U

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    I have never considered "folded" cards until now. That is a novel concept. Hmmm....... ;)
     
  6. W5LJM

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    My most recent ...
     

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  7. KW4GF

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    I am the QSL Manager for the USS Wisconsin Radio Club. Take a look at my Card-of-the Month picks at N4WIS.org. There are some interesting cards there. 73 de Ed Gibbs KW4GF
     

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