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Old February 16th 05, 06:24 PM
Brian Hill
 
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Well here we go again. Some things are new and some of them are listed again
because some folks didn't send $s or contact me. Oh well I don't mind if
someone changes their mind, but please guys let me know because if I tell
someone it's spoken for and you don't let me know, well you know. Anyway
here gos

No prices are etched in stone so make an offer. I need to get rid of this
stuff because I'm buying another house and my back is killing me
Prices do not include shipping.
I take PayPal also. (It saves me a long trip to the bank)
I can email pics if needed. Thanks for your intrest.

P.S. I' ll may be parting out an SP-600 JX-17 so let me Know your needs.
It's restorable but in parts. I was in the process of restoring it but found
another in great shape so it sets in a box. It's a 1953 model with the
dreaded black beauties.

73 and good DXing.
Brian Hill
Zumbrota, Southern MN
Brian's Radio Universe
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/

EMAIL-
(Hide the $100 to reply!)

MISC EQUIPMENT:
1. Antique Sensory Lightning Arrester, NOS Excellent shape. $12
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/arrest.jpg

2. Vintage Olson PH-10 Headphones, Made in Japan, They look like 50s vintage
with leather on headstrap. Very good condition. $10
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/olsen.jpg

3. Toshiba Satellite Pro 490XCDT Pentium II 266MHz 13.3" TFT Display
64MB of RAM CD-ROM Drive 4GB Hard Drive. Externall floppy drive.
Docking station incuded.
Works great. I can't get the modem to work now? $120

4. 1935 Tobe Deutschmann Browning 35 Receiver (I knocked of a $100 from my
first post and it didn't sell on ebay either) Maybe I'm stuck with it? LOL


This is very nice restored Browning 35. It works good. All the capacitors
were changed. This is the rarer version with the tuning eye. These radios
were a kit and came with the preassembled Tobe tuner for ease of assembly.
The 35 was a affordable alternative to the more expensive preassembled sets
like the Hallicrafters Super Skyrider, RME 9 etc... These radios didn't come
with a cabinet to keep cost down and this one was modified for it from a
small console and It looks real neat. This is a very rare and unique radio.
The chassis is very shiny and clean with no corrosion. P.S. THIS RADIO
CABINET IS A VERYSMALL CONSOLE CABINET (36" H, 22" W, 11 1/2" D) AND WEIGHS
ONLY ABOUT 20-25lbs AND THE RADIO IS ABOUT THE SAME. SO THE TOTOL SHIPPING
WEIGHT SHOULD BE LESS THAN 60lbs $400
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b1.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b2.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b3.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b4.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b5.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b6.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b7.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/b8.jpg

5. Tektronix 2213 60 MHz Dual trace analog Oscilloscope with new 10X, 1X
switchable probe.
Good Cond.Works great. $120
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/tek.jpg

6. ELENCO SG-9500 Signal Gen/Counter with leads. Nice shape and working. One
small segment of the readout is out (see pick, its the very last segment.
$45
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/9500.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/95002.jpg

7. BC-1031-C PANORAMIC ADAPTER. WWII Signal Corps type. Mfg. New London Ist.
Corp. Very good condition and working. (May need minor maint to bring it up
to spec.) $100
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/pan3.jpg
http://webpages.charter.net/brianhill/pan2.jpg




JOHN F. RIDER HARDBOUND BOOKS:
1. Aligning Philco Receivers Vol #1, John F. Rider 1941, Good shape
hardbound book w/dust jacket.$10.50
3. Frequency Modulation, John F. Rider 1940, Good shape hardbound book
w/dust jacket. $7.50
4. Vacuum Tube Voltmeters, John F. Rider 1941, Good shape hardbound book
w/dust jacket. $9.50
5. Servicing by Signal Tracing, John F. Rider 1939, Good shape hardbound
book w/dust jacket. $10.50
6. The Meter at Work,, John F. Rider 1940, Good shape hardbound book w/dust
jacket. $15.50

SOFTBOUND BOOKS:
1. IRC Volume Control Guide #2 & Resistor Catalog, Circa1939 Good shape. $5
2. IRC Volume Control Guide #2, (1940 suplement to 1939 #2 issue. ) Good
shape.$2
3. Cornell-Dubilier Capacitor Manual #1, 1939-40. Good shape. $8
5. Allied Radio " Best ways to use your VOM & VTVM, 1965. Good shape. $5
6. JFD BAllast Manual, 1947. Good shape. $5
7. Federal's Miniture Selenium Rectifier Handbook, 1950. Good shape. $3
8. NRI Radio/TV Electronics Dictionary. 1967. Good shape. $7
9. Archer, Building Power Supplies, 1991. Good shape. $2
10. The Radio Hobbyist Buyers Blue Book, Bob Grove.Good shape. $1
11. W-J Radio Electronics Catolog supplement 250 Dec, 1949. Good shape. 50c
12. Modern Mechanix, Radio Builders Manual, 1935, Good shape. $10
13. Radio Amateur's Handbook, 42nd 1965, Crack down spline. $8
14. Misc Rider Chanalyst Info, 1930s Good shape. $5
15. There Are No Electrons, Kenn Amdahl. 1991. Good read. A funny book about
electricity. $8
17. KARADIO Model 80, Manual, Good shape. $5
19. SUPREME Test Equipment Catalog #447, Good shape. $5
20. RCP Test Equipment Catalog #129, 1946 Good shape. $5
21. Centralab Catalog #25, Good shape. $3
23. IRC Resistor Catalog, Good shape. $1
24. Jackson Test Equipment Catalog, 1948 Good shape. $1
25. Stancor Hamanual Transmitter Kit Catalog #5, 1940, Good shape. $6
26. BUD Radio Parts Catalog & Price list #145, Good shape. $5
27. SUPREME Model 589 Tube Tester Manual, 1940. Good shape. $10
28. Precision Model ES-550 Cathode Ray Oscillograph Manual, (Some writing
and notes). $10
29. Precision Series SP-5 Oscilloscope Test Probe Set Manual, (Some writing
and notes). $5
30. Precision Model E-310 Sine and Square Wave Generator Manual, (Some
writing and notes). $5
32. MARCONI Standard Signal Generator Manual for Type EB 144H, TF144H,
TF144H/1. Huge manual with spiral binding and plastic protective cover. $25
33. W-J Radio catalog referance book and buyer's guide. 1947. Good shape. $8
36. Popular Mech. What to Make Craftsman's Guide (woodworking to radio kits
for sale) 1935. Good shape $5
37. Meissner "How to build" Instruction Manual, 1942. Big Book. Covers all
ther kits including the great 14 tube Traffic Master. Good shape/ Cover worn
on spline. $25

QSTs:
1. Oct 1936. Good shape. $2
2. Mar 1939 Good shape. $2

















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Hi Brian --

I'm interested in the BC-1031 Panoramic Adaptor. I can't open the images on this site; so, please e-mail me with pictures at:

Thanks,

John


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