Kindly supplied by Antony (G4CUS). the clubs QSL card manager, this selection of QSL cards contains those which are of notable interest and have a historical value to the Hastings Electronics and Radio club. Enjoy the cards!
Additional information provided by Phil, G3MGQ
In April 2007, BS7H Scarborough Reef was the most wanted DXCC entity. There’ve been a couple more activations since then but in 2014 it’s still the 2nd “most wanted” entity according to QSL.net and 3rd least registered on the ARRL DXCC all-time list at the end of 2013. Scarborough Reef is amongst the islands in the South China Sea whose sovereignty is hotly disputed by China, Malaysia & the Philippines as it’s a potential oil field. The Five Star DXers Association activated 3B9C Rodrigues in the Indian Ocean in April 2004 and, in September 2007, 3B7C St Brandon which is currently the 24th “most wanted” according to QSL.net. Chad, TT8, and Chatham Islands, ZL7, are both still much sought after, the latter being activated as ZL7X by the members of the BBQ Enthusiasts Amateur Radio Club, JH0ZHQ, as shown in the DX listing in Phil’s September 2014 Month-on-the-Air.”