73s & 88s: CB Radio QSL Cards




QSL cards were used by radio amateurs to confirm their two-way radio contacts with each other.
When a CBer made radio contact with someone they sent a personal card with their handle, call letters and location and other information as a souvenir of their interaction. These are generally from the 1960s to the early 1980s.

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No. 1 Super Fly - Oswego, New York
Mike NeacosiaKBBA-9747

No. 1 Super Fly - Oswego, New York

Mike Neacosia
KBBA-9747






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