The G4UZN Historic QSL Collection



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Reply Bob Cornell
7:35 AM on December 18, 2019 
Thank you very much especially 9n1mm Father Moran (:
Reply Tomás Manuel Abeigón Vidal
7:47 AM on February 5, 2017 
wanted to congratulate you on your excellent website. As an amateur I am on radio history, I congratulate you and thank you for the information you provide on your website in a disinterested way. It has served me well for my investigations.
Reply ik8lvl
2:14 PM on January 13, 2015 
Very beautiful and charming your collection of QSL .I am very glad that you have QSL Italian OM
Reply TZ6BB
8:44 AM on April 10, 2014 
Extremely interesting. I particularly enjoyed your display of Spanish QSL cards.
Thanks for sharing, and 73!
Fernando, TZ6BB (EA4BB)
Reply Derek Bate
4:44 AM on March 23, 2014 
Thank you for the excellent display, and great history leson
Reply Sil i4ZSQ
6:25 AM on January 25, 2014 
Beautiful collection, when the amateurs were really true amateurs. 73's Sil i4ZSQ
Reply F2VX Gérard
6:29 AM on November 8, 2013 
Hello Tony...
A very nice collection...and TNX for your help, with several french entities old's QSL, when I was
writting my "Histoire du REF - FRANCE et Colonies - 1909.1970".
73's Gérard/F2VX - SHREF
Reply Alan Leith, VE1AL
3:20 PM on December 12, 2011 
I have a QSL sent to GW3AX from ZC1AL for a QSO in 1941 (yes, that's what's on the card). The card is in poor shape but was found by a friend at a flea market. He sent it to me to add to my collection of "AL" suffixes, all but this one for stations I have worked. Your page is a great treat to see and read. Thanks for doing it.
Reply Bogusław - SP8DA
5:12 AM on December 2, 2011 
Very nice collection. Hope to see SP Qsl's. 73!
Reply Luis - CT1GZB
11:08 AM on November 10, 2011 
Very nice site, i love old QSL card.