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I like to receive nice QSLs. And I use to send nice paper QSLs. See below.
QSL-exchange is preferred via bureau. Direct in response (IRC or USD).

I am collecting ship QSLs.

I design my QSLs myself. Here some examples of the actual collection:
(If you prefer one of these QSLs, let me know which one after the QSO).

Please conventional QSL. No eQSLs, no LOTW.

SWLs: I do QSL but only via bureau or direct. No eQSLs

QSL L1: Solothurnthe Town where I live


QSL L2: Solothurn in 1840


QSL L3: The Berner Alpen as they can be seen from the Emmental Region


QSL N1: Lake Thun, Berner Oberland


QSL A1: Up in the Air in a Topography Mission



QSL H1: Fluelen, Lake of Luzern, 19th. Century


QSL C1: Swiss Castles on Stamps 1976 to 1978


QSL S1: Swiss Post is best known for their fine Stamps


QSL S2: Fine Swiss Stamps Releases some Years ago


QSL S3: Some Persons are well known, others are not...


QSL X1: The QSL for the Lighthouse Enthusiasts


QSL X2: The QSL for the Railways on the Air Activities


QSL E: I dislike eQSLs. But I answer incoming eQSLs once per Year with this ugly Motive.


This is the HB9BQR Chief Radio Officer


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