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"NORTHERN COOK ISLANDS / ZK1CQ" Penrhyn Island QSL card used 1989 to document 3 contacts, International DX Association logo on back in black, faint long corner bend. $2.00 cq
"RAROTONGA / SOUTH COOK ISLANDS / ZK1TB" shortwave (28 MHZ) QSL card used 1989 by operator Lewis L. Wilhelm (W7TV) from Sedona Arizona, excellent condtion. $2.00 cq
"SOUTHERN COOK ISLANDS ZK1CQ" QSL card confirming 3 contacts in 1989, used by operator Ron Wright from Auckland New Zealand, ICOM logo in dark blue on front, excellent condition. $2.00 cq
"The / Coral / Route // TEAL / South Pacific / Flying Boat Service / 1951 - 1959" mapping the New Zealand to Tahiti aviation route via Fiji & Samoa & the Cook Islands, art in vertical format on an unused continental post card, 2 tiny corner bumps. $1.50 cm*
"ZK1AQY / EXPEDITION SOUTH COOK ISLANDS" shortwave QSL card used 1993 by an operator from the Clipperton DX Club, excellent condition. $2.00 cq
"ZK1TNN" QSL viewcard showing an aerial view of Cook Island, used 1998 by operator Slavek (who is pictured with his equipment) on his visit from the Czech Republic, excellent condition. Alcatel, Alpha Power, Zach & other logos on back. $3.75 cgq
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"100. - CORSE. - AJACCIO / Préparation de la teinture pour les filets" showing preparation of a dye for threads, circa-1920 postcard with green back, noticeable wear to the upper edge, upper corner knocked off. Very hard to find! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 c
"102. - CORSE. - AJACCIO. - Statue de Napoléon Ier" sculpture in a public area showing him on horseback, black & white on carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, slight browning at back edges, very late usage at Frederica Delaware. $2.75 cn
"105. - CORSE. - AJACCIO. - Château de la Punta" black & white on carte postale with green back by A. Tomasi, adherence from folder separation along back top edge, very late usage at Somerton Ohio. $2.75
"108. - CORSE. - AJACCIO" black & white on carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, very late usage at Viola Tennessee (bold cancel), corner & edge wear along top edge. $2.50 c
"126. - CORSE. - AJACCIO, vu de Balestrino" the town as seen from a distance, circa 1920; carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, slight browning at back edges, small corner crease, very late usage at Esperanza Texas. $3.00 c
"127. - CORSE. - AJACCIO / vu du Quartier des Étrangers" circa-1920 postcard with green back from an A. Tomasi booklet, slight browning at back edges, small bottom corner crease, very late usage at Turnersville Texas. Vue is misspelled 'vu' in the caption. Surprisingly hard to find; perhaps they recalled it due to the error. $3.75 c
"173. - CORSE. - Retour de la Fontaine" showing young girls with water pots on their heads & a horse-drawn cart in the distance, black & white carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, very late usage at Denison Washington. $15.00 cg
"174. - CORSE. - La Lessive au Village" showing a woman doing her wash at the side of a stream; carte postale with green back, trivial wear to one upper corner. Superb composition. Humorous captioning translates 'the detergent at the village'. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 c
"202. - CORSE - Ste MARIE SICCHÉE" including a herd of sheep in the foreground & the very small commune in the distance; circa-1920 postcard with green back, very late usage at Urbana Kansas (2 different postal markings), hint of cancel ink in the sky. The name of the town is sometimes seen Santa-Maria-Siché. $4.75 ca(s)
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"226. - CORSE. - CARBUCCIA" showing a panorama of the very small commune with 6 women in the foreground, circa-1920 post card with green back. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 c
"263. - CORSE. - BASTELICA. - Statue de Sampiero Corso)" sculpture picturing a soldier with upraised sword, seen from a distance; black & white on carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, very late usage at Wilder Tennessee, long bend along lone edge, tiny corner crease, partial cancel on front, mild corner wear. $1.75 c
"276. - CORSE. - OLMETO. - Vue générale" postcard with green back, very late usage at Waverly South Dakota, 3 tiny corner crease. $2.75 c
"389. - CORSE. - PORTO-PECCHIO" postcard with green back, very late usage at Pond Gap West Virginia, minor edge wear includes a small ding, light toning on front. $2.75c
"44. - CORSE. - CARGESE / L'Eglise Latine" black & white on carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, very late usage at Surgoinsville Tennessee, faint internal crease near a corner, ink smear on back, three small spots of ink in sky. $1.75 c
"99. - CORSE. - AJACCIO. - Vue générale" black & white on carte postale with green back from A. Tomasi, very late usage at Nashville Ohio, 2 / 5" tear that closes well, small corner crease, mild edge wear. $1.75 c
"LA DOUCE FRANCE / LA CORSE, ILE DE BEAUTÉ / 74 BONIFACIO - Vieille Rue / et Église Sainte-Marie-Majeure" unused sepia-tone post card on yellowish paper from Yvon, album adherences on back. internal crease near one corner that is noticeably worn. $.75 c
"Old Corsican village Calif. / Movie location" using signed Brice Mack art, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1955 from Gladiola New Mexico, one corner with multiple creases in the art but still hard to see from the front. $1.50 c
"TK4MI" Plaine de Peri QSL card used 1979 by operator Jean Darrot, eagle & REF logo in black, excellent condition. $2.75 c
"TK5EL" Radio Club de Haute Corse QSL card used 1989, excellent condition. $1.75 c
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"TK5IU" South Corsica Island QSL card used 1987 by operator Pascal, REF logo in black, excellent condition. $2.00 c. Same, but used 1991. $2.00 c. Both for $3.50 c
"TK9LAV" Lavezzi Islands expeditionary QSL card used 1990 by an operator from Radio Amatori di Corsica Suprana. The Îles Lavezzi or Isuli Lavezzi are a small uninhabited archipelago of granite islands administered from Corsica, and form the southernmost point of Metropolitan France. $4.75 c
"TK / DL7HZ" QSL card picturing operator & his equipment in color & a small view in black & white on the back, continental size, 2 faint small corner bends, fresh appearance overall. $2.25 c
"TK/HB9ASZ/P" Cap Cavallo QSL viewcard used 1989 by operator Bernie W. Pfander, view of the large NAVARMA Lines ferry Moby Blu (ex Free Enterprise II) in monochromatic blue , RNARS & RSGB logos in black, excellent condition. The Moby Blu connected the Corsican port of Bastia to the Italian coast. The company name is sometimes seen spelled NAV.AR.MA. $3.50 cs(o)
"TK/HB9ASZ/P" Cap Cavallo QSL viewcard used 1992 by operator Bernie W. Pfander (on holiday there), view of the Cape is in monochromatic view, RNARS & RSGB logos in black, excellent condition. $2.75 c
"W6OPQ" QSL post card from the Liberty Ship S/S Furnifold M. Simmons 2 miles offshore in 1946, mailed 1948 in US by operator Frank Young. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 cs(m)
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