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CDXC: The UK DX Foundation
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The CDXC QSL Card

The new QSL card for use by CDXC members is shown right with the original card below. (Click on image for larger view).  Either of these cards, personalised with the member’s name, callsign and address, can be obtained directly from:

Hertfordshire Display Plc
51 High Street
Ware
Herts SG12 9BA
Tel: 01920 461191
Fax: 01920 463212

E-mail: sales@hdprint.co.uk.

HDP accept all major credit cards and normally proof by e-mail in PDF format. The prices are as follows. These prices include shipment to a UK address and VAT.

Quantity  Price
500 cards £36.42
1,000 cards £66.38
2,000 cards £122.78
3,000 cards £178.60

4,000 cards

£234.41
5,000 cards £290.81

 The cards will be printed with the front in full colour on 280 gram stock and will be unvarnished.

Members needing cards should contact HDP directly using the HDP order form which can be downloaded in .pdf format from the Downloaded here. Please e-mail this as an attachment, fax it or send it by post to the address above.

Note: If you wish to print the QSO details directly onto the card without using a label, you can order the cards with the left hand side of the rear completely blank, at no extra charge.

We have also found a competitive source of suitable labels. Boxes of labels, 21 labels per sheet can be obtained from:

Viking Direct
Bursom Industrial Estate
Tollwell Road
Leicester LE4 1BR
Freephone: 0800-424444
Freefax: 0800-622211
www.viking-direct.co.uk

Viking produce their own brand of labels. The code is LA21-100 and a box of 2,100 laser labels costs £6.99 + VAT. This price varies according to whether there is a special offer.

E-mail from a satisfied customer:
“Just a short note to praise the CDXC QSL card printers (HD Print). I ordered 500 on Monday AM at 0900. I had a proof by e-mail at 1100. They were then delivered on Wednesday PM. What good service! They were also very helpful on the phone and via e-mail.”
73 Dick, G4DJC

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