Welcome to my QSL page. This includes practically my entire QSL collection, less some similar multiple QSLs from major broadcasting stations. I continue to add new QSLs as and when received. Follow the links at the bottom of the page.
NEW: SOTA QSL cards - click on the images below to view the gallery of SOTA QSL cards received here to date:
Please note, there is a mixture of stations appearing in their country of origin, and country of transmission. I have tried to place stations in the most significant / interesting country. For instance, British Indian Ocean Territory (Diego Garcia) is a rare DX country, so the QSL from the AFRTS relay in BIOT is in that entity's own page, rather than the programme originating United States of America. This is the usual method of categorisation for DXers, so this applies to the majority of entries.
However, there are some stations that I feel fit better within their originating country, especially where the country of transmission is not so exotic! An example here is the 1992 Japanese religious cult station Radio Aum Shinrikyo, which is included under Japan, although the actual transmissions came from Radio Moscow / Voice of Russia stations in Russia.
Free radio stations tend to avoid giving away too much information about their locations, even in terms of country. As such, some such stations have had to be allocated to a country section on a "best guess" basis, and there may be therefore some inaccuracies.
There is a historical QSL archive, featuring signifcant QSLs from DXers around the world. Thanks to BDXC member and historical QSL collector Tony Quest in Leeds, the first few are now on. The historical QSL archive is located 'underneath' the relevant pages for my own collection. For instance, the first cards in this section are for Australia - go to my Australian QSL collection, and click on the link at the foot of the page. If you are interested in contributing to this, please contact me by email; click on my photo above.