The Roskilde 1658 Award programme ended December 31, 2009 but award
applications are most welcome at any time.
We have answered all QSLs that have reached us no later than March 1
2010. If you have not received our QSL via the bureau by the end of
2010, please e-mail us. For some smaller countries with few amateurs
bureau cards can take a year to arrive. All direct cards should arrive
no later than April 1 2010, no matter where you live, if not e-mail
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT QSL IF WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR QSL FIRST!
If you e-mail us about a missing QSL please provide as much QSO
information as possible so that we can find and correct any errors in
our logs, should that be the case.
Please note that OZ1658ROS have their own QSL card. QSL manager for
OZ1658ROS is OZ9EDR in Denmark.
QSL cards for OZ1658ROS have also been sent out. However, any
QSL-problems for OZ1658ROS should be addressed to roskilde (at) sk7bq.com
as well. We have all logs for that operation and will contact OZ9EDR
if necessary to solve your case.
The Roskilde 1658 Award was established by Kristianstads Radioamatörer, SK7BQ.
The award recognizes the 350 year anniversary of the Treaty of Roskilde, signed on February 26, 1658.
The Roskilde 1658 Award is available for both licensed radio amateurs and SWLs.
SM7BAH Torsten receives Roskilde 1658 Award #1
||CQWW-RTTY winner in Sweden
Note the award on the wall and the red and yellow roses on the table,
the colours of the flag of the former Danish provinces! A letter sent
with every award is on the table. Recipient of award number one.
SC1658OZ: winner of CQWW RTTY SOP AB HP section in Sweden 2008, op.
SM7BHM, Ewe, SARTG contest manager.