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2 months 2 weeks ago - 2 months 2 weeks ago #607 by G0CBO
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Hello To All

Of late I have been receiving QSL cards directly sent to me requesting confirmations for contacts. As yet I have not had any cards made up.

Was thinking of a double sided card, standard rear format with a view of Norwich with my call sign overprinted on Front Side. Have looked on line and it seems a limited market and also seems to be large quantities. I think will only need about 200 max.

Do I need also to have my address and full name on the card, what is the norm??

Can anyone recommend or suggest a company that could do this or maybe a club member works in Print.

Any Help or Advice Please

Rodney G0CBO
Last edit: 2 months 2 weeks ago by G0CBO. Reason: spelling error

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