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Re: How to handle QSL'ing Canada and Mexico



I have had excellent luck buying international postage from:

William J. Plum
12 Glenn Road
Flemington, NJ
plumdx@msn.com

I don't know what you would consider "paying a lot" but his prices are
reasonable, I think.  Examples:  U.K. - $1.00, France $1.20, Argentina
$1.80, Germany (highest) $2.50, Japan $1.25.  Add $0.75 for handling with
each order, no minimum.  He also sells airmail envelopes the right size to
nest into each other for neat S.A.S.E.  I've had good luck using his system
for HF.  If you write he will send you a price list.

Grant Zehr AA9LC

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ronald Nutter" <rnutter@networkref.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2003 7:16 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] How to handle QSL'ing Canada and Mexico


> I know that I can send mail to these countries with US postage but dont
have
> a supply of stamps native to those countries.  Short of going to a stamp
> collecting store and paying a lot for the stamps, is there a place someone
> can recommend or should I just go via the QSL bureau ?
>
> thanks,
>
> Ron
> Ka4kyi
>
>
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