DID YOU KNOW?
What three letters of the English language
alphabet were used as the INTERNATIONAL
DISTRESS signal prior to the adoption of the
signal S.O.S. as the International Distress
call for disaster at sea? They were C.Q.D.
"CQD" (Come Quick Danger) was discarded when
the present S.O.S. signal was adopted for use
in 1908. This 13 x 16 inch picture features a solid
oak frame and 3 colored mats and contains a
ARRL patch which means (American Radio
Relay League) A 5 cent US postage amateur radio stamp (37 years old)
is also included along with a commemorative
envelope honoring amateur radio operators.
Our Price: $32.95