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MONTSERRAT POSTCARDS & QSL CARDS

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MONTSERRAT POST CARDS, POSTCARDS & QSL CARDS
Montserrata / Монсеррат / মন্টসেরাট / Монсерат / 蒙特塞拉特 /
 モントセラト / 몬세 라트 / മോണ്ട്സെറാറ്റ് / मॉन्टसेराट / Монтсеррат

"9 - ‹‹FEDERAL MAPLE›› / maiden voyage to MONTSERRAT / 30 August 1961, unused real photo post card from a copyrighted image taken by C. E. E. Browne, scalloped edges as issued. During the brief period of time (1/1/58 - 5/31/62) when Montserrat was a member of the West Indies Federation. The ship was a very important gift of the Canadian government which helped to forge a link amongst the far-flung island members. Seldom seen. $10.00 ms(o)p^ ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

See also Montserrat postal history.

"VP2M / WB3FSB" shortwave (14 MHz) QSL card with detailed by small map of the island, used 1988, good edges. Unfortunately most of the call-outs on the map cannot be read because the font size is too small. $2.50 mm(m) ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY







"VP2MBO" shortwave (18.126 MHZ) QSL card with simple map to indicate the position, used 1994 by operator Ed Elrod of Indianapolis Indiana. A fairly detailed & interesting history of the island covers the back as shown. $3.00 m
h ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

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"VP2MEV" Woodlands QSL viewcard used 1985 by operator Ed Radlo of Los Altos Hills California. View in color looks north from his location towards the islands of Nevis & Redonda. Tiny corner crease & 2 other corners with trivial wear. $3.25 m ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY

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"VP2MFA" shortwave (18.07 MHz) Plymouth QSL card used 1993 by operator Stu Stephens of Girard Ohio, light ink transfer on front from another piece, good edges. $1.75 m
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"W2KVA / VP2M" shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1988 by operator Thomas I. Geiger of Santa Maria California, good edges. (4 available on 3 different dates, 2 with back shown) $1.75 each. m
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"W9TM / VP2M" shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1988 by operator Jim Fleming of Addison Illinois, good edges. $2.00 m
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"WD6M / VP2M" shortwave (7 MHz) QSL postcard mailed from Los Angeles in 1986 by operator T. R. Mason of Culver City California, minor wear to one corner, light ink smearing on the front. $1.50 m ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY


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