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& GABONESE POST CARDS
|"Fang / Gabon / Masque de société d'initiation
/ Bois de Ricinodendron heudlotii, / plumes, kaolin..." showing an initiation mask made of
feathers & clay, unused continental, fresh appearance & good edges. Striking image. $2.25 g
"TR8JJC" Libreville shortwave (14 MHZ) QSL card used 1987 by operator Jean Claude Jupin, fresh appearance, good edges. $1.75 g
"TR8RC" Mounana shortwave (21.62 MHZ) QSL card used 1988 by operator Claude Radigue; AGHA, REF & ARRL logos in a brightly colored design; good edges. $3.25 g
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& GAMBIAN POST CARDS
THE GAMBIA / GAMBIE (AFRICA)
"C53HG" Banjul shortwave (18 MHz) QSL card used 1994 by Gary Cohen, who was with AID in the US Department of State. A beautiful card decorated with drawings depicting natives. Mr. Cohen is noted for his several efforts to address health issues in the developing world. Shown. 0$3.00 gm. Another, similar card with different art, 2 corner bends. $2.50 g
"C56/G3TXF" Serrekunda shortwave (14 MHZ) QSL card used 1989 by English operator Nigel Cawthorne, tiny corner bend, simple but attractive line drawing art. $2.0 g. Same, but no corner bend. $2.25 g .
"C56/K3IPK" Gambian QSL card used 1992 by Pennsylvania operator Richard M. Neuman, simple bold graphics, 3 tiny spots on front probably from the printing process, good edges. $1.75 g
"C56/SM0JHF" Gambian QSL card used 1992 by Swedish operator Henryk Kotowki, continental size with edge & corner bends. $1.50 g. Same but a QSL postcard with colorful art & but one tiny corner bend. $2.25 g
See also our Gambian postal history.
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