Walter Ashe Radio from the 1950's sold hundreds of thousands of these. This is our version of this old timer.
The torn Logbook page QSL came to us out of the 60's. The FCC required we keep a log , it was not an option.
Basic QSL from the 30's. QSLs were in the infancy and even a simple design was praised as "fancy".
We have updated all our Old Timer series to include modern reporting and modes.
Fancy borders were common place on QSLs in the 30's & 40's. A 3-500 is the center piece of this old style QSL.
Borders were often uneven in the older QSLs. Here is one for the CW Ops. Simple report form. Uncluttered.
Fancy old timer. Colors of the old cards were limited. This card would date 1950. Globe and lightning bolts.
World Radio Labs sold thousands of these. I am sure any vintage ham has several in his collection.
40's "Wireless Radio Station" A nice clean design with old style report form.
Simulating an old Letter
Press printed QSL, Original QSLs were made with one.
Wireless Station QSL. In the 30's time frame. Your choice of callsign color.
Red text looks good on this old boy the border on the report form adds a touch.