Some more QSL cards arrived here in the past few days for Marija and me.
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I’m always interested in QSL cards, they only seem to be getting better even with technology heading towards ‘virtual’ cards. The ones that do come in are always welcome and usually very interesting.
I was looking back at some of the QSL cards I received back in the early 1980s as an SWL, and they have certainly improved in quality over the years. Some of the full-colour 4-page cards are amazing.