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"4K1D" QSL card for Novolazarevskaya Base, penguin drawing on front, form not filled in, penned X over all the front, back has lengthy handwritten message inviting the recipient to join the Friendship Worldwide Radio Club, giving costs & mailing address in Israel. Paper clip indent at top, top corner crease. $4.00 ar
"4K2PGO" colorful Heyss Island (Остров Хейса, in Franz Joseph Land) QSL card from the USSR Geophysical Observatory there, used July 1991, excellent condition. We have also seen this island spelled Heiss when referring to the Krenkel hydrometeorological station there. Shown. $5.00 amr. Same but used August 1991, excellent condition. $5.00 amr
"BELLINGSHAUSEN / 4K1F" shortwave (10 MHZ) QSL card used at the Russian Antarctic Base in 1994 by Ukrainian operator Yuri Chernikov. Penguin & simple map for location (South Shetland Islands, claimed by the UK as part of British Antarctic Territory & by Chile) on front, inconspicuous internal crease from the left front edge. $5.00 abr
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"LU 1 ZA" Base Naval Orcadas shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1987 by operator Dalmacio, a little wear along the right front edge. The location is a permanent Argentine naval base on Laurie Island, South Orkneys, part of the British Antarctic Territory (formerly a Falkland Islands Dependency) since 1962, and long disputed by Argentina. Seldom seen & most unusual. $9.00 m(a)baa
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"South Shetland Islands / The 16th Polish Antarctic Expedition / HF0POL" shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card documenting 2 contacts by operator Zbigniew Kulczak in 1992. The Polish station, on Admiralty Bay of King George Island, conducts biological, meteorological & geophysical research on a year-round basis, coordinated by the Institute of Ecology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. $6.00 aemp
TRANSGLOBE EXPEDITION (United Kingdom). Continental-size black & white photo showing its DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 with Chubb & Mobil logos on it, exemplary focus & contrast. This airplane was the first Twin Otter on the British Aircraft Register, and saw duty in the Arctic & Antarctic. Rare. $7.50 a(p)uaa
"VK9NS" Norfolk Island QSL card used 1991 by operator J. B. Smith, excellent condition. Attractive front has the Heard Island DX Association logo in blue & a large drawing in silver of the Heard Island Cormorant. [That threatened bird is also known as the Crozet shag & the Antarctic blue-eyed shag.] $5.00 nbae
"VP8GAV" shortwave (10 MHz) QSL viewcard used 1992 at Faraday Base on Galindez Island (Argentine Islands, Wilhelm Archipelago). The oldest permanently occupied base in Antarctica, known for its stunning scenery, is now simply called Faraday Antarctica. $7.50 a
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See also our British Antarctic Territory postcards & QSL cards. Shown above is a 1989 QSL postcard from the Korean Antarctic Station on King George Island, South Shetlands.
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