Special QSL Collection

Welcome to the Amateur Radio Erotic QSL Card Collection

A brief introduction for the uninitiated: QSL card is an attribute of Amateur Radio, the hobby that promotes radio communications all over the world. The cards are used for contact confirmations between radio amateurs who met and talked on the airwaves. No two cards are alike. Along with a radio callsign (uniquely identifying an individual operator within the given country ) and contact details,  the card can feature various subjects related to the radio hobby itself, people, distant places, local landscapes, caricatures, animals, etc. There are several million amateurs in the world today and most of them print and mail their own distinctive QSL cards.

Among the vast selection of subjects, erotic QSL cards are very rare, though highly prized collectable gems among the hams (who are mostly male). Unfortunately, our hobby exhibits excessive modesty when it comes to this matter. Relatively few people ever have the courage to embrace 'erotica' as the subject of their cards. 

The collection of cards referenced on this page has been compiled over many years. It is by no means complete, but aspires to present the subject (prior to the 'internet era' that would be impossible) to the consenting viewers. If you may be offended by the material presented here, or under age - please leave now by clicking the BACK button on your browser menu.

You are invited to contribute  your own scanned images of erotic QSLs, new to this collection.

Send only the high quality uncompressed JPG images (150 dpi if possible), along with the year of the card, and the callsign of the contributor (unless the card is your own). If you don't want  to publicize the contributor's call, tell us so - your wishes will be respected.

Please refrain from sending  fake, made-up cards that don't really exist  (we will attempt to verify the legitimacy). 

We reserve the right to reject any submission for any reason whatsoever. 

Mail your submissions here. Your comments, suggestions and critique are welcome.
 
 

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Card 
Image

QSL From

Contributed By

Year of the Card

JH6WMJ/Japan

R1AND

1999

TT8AM/Chad

RV1CC

1997

JA0SU/Japan

NT2X

1992

JA2FJP/Japan

NT2X

1992

JA8RY/Japan

NT2X

1992

JF2MNO/Japan

NT2X

2000

JF3SFU/Japan

NT2X

1992

JF3SFU/Japan

RW9MZ

1991

JH3THD/Japan

NT2X

1992

JH3THD/Japan

NT2X

1992

JH3THD/Japan

NT2X

1992

JP2BMM/Japan

NT2X

1992

 JR2DPV/Japan

 NT2X

 1992

TU2JL/Cote D'Ivoire

NT2X

1990

JI3LCH/Japan

RV1CC

2000

UY0MM/Ukraine

RV1CC

2000

BV7FC/R.O.C.

N2HO

1997

Note: BV7FC has 12 different QSL cards. He also issues an award

BV7FC/R.O.C.

EW1EA

2000

BV7WB/R.O.C.

RX9CBI

2000

JH2JCO/Japan

KI6EZ

1997

TR8XX/Gabon

RV1CC

2000

YO6QT/Romania

ER1BF

2001

JA7BIT/Japan

RV1CC

2001

LZ1TOC/Bulgaria

RZ1AK

2001

K0VD/U.S.A.

K0DD

2003

7Q7CE

7Q7CE

2003

4Z5PM/Israel

OH3QN

2005

GD0TEP/U.K.

OH3QN

2005

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Last update July 14, 2011

 

 

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