Please use the form at right to reorder the same QSL as your previous
order. We will respond with an updated proof of your QSL and any changes
you have indicated in the reorder form.
We will give you a link for credit card payment with this new proof.
If you are ordering a different style QSL, please order from the website through the normal check out process.
The concept of sending a post card to verify reception (and later two-way contact between them) may have been independently invented several times. The earliest references seems to be a card sent in 1916 from 8VX in Buffalo, NY to 3TQ in Philadelphia, PA ( In those days ITU prefixes were not used). The standard report with callsign, frequency, date, etc. may have been developed in 1919 by C.D. Hoffman, 8UX, in Akron, Ohio.
You might consider matching Eyeball QSLs to go with you current QSLs.
They come in quite handy for all in person "Eyeball QSOs" with fellow
hams or visitors to your shack.