We are glad that you have visited our site.
There are 17.271 beautiful photo QSL-cards from amateur radio stations from all around the world, on the pages of our site. The cards are chosen from QSLs received since 1980. Our plan is to add more cards eventually.
The QSL-cards are sorted by continents. For some countries the cards are sorted by call-area.
Some of these QSL-cards have been collected by DX-chasing radio amateurs Anatoly US7IID, Vyacheslav US7IB, Serge US7IVW, Alexander UY9IF, Alexander UR7ISZ, Serge UX7IW - Kramatorsk, Ukraine. Other QSLs have ben received from radio-amateurs around the world, to be published on our site.
The group of authors reserves the right to publish, on this site, QSL-cards of their own choice. If the holder of a callsign, whose QSL-card is published on our site, objects to this, he is welcome to to send an E-mail with a request asking us to remove his QSL-card. After reception of such a request his QSL-card will be removed.
We hope that the viewing of beautiful photo-QSLs on our pages will please you, and maybe it will inspire others to start chasing DX.
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We express our gratitude to all DX-stations, managers and operators who have sent QSL-cards for confirmation of QSOs.
This is a freeware QSL picture database and the authors do not get any remuneration in any way. If you want, you can make a contribution to the development of this website. Your donation can be sent on to:
Anatoly Ivanovitch Kopa, US7IID
P.O. Box 1472,
84331, Kramatorsk - 31,