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For Sale: Discussion in 'For Sale / Wanted' started by TorontoBob, May 4, 2015.

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  1. TorontoBob

    TorontoBob

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    Variable Capacitors including Hammarlund,
    Capacitors, feed-thru's, stand-off, polypropylene, photoflash,
    Panel-mount ceramic variable coil forms, variable inductors,
    Ferrites: large tube (for power baluns), toroids and balun cores,
    RF transistors, old germanium transistors, CK722 (from 1965), 2N44 (from 1956),
    Power resistor and more.

    http://www.rf-highvoltage.qth.com/
     
  2. TorontoBob

    TorontoBob

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    I forgot to mention, high voltage capacitors, high voltage rectifiers, used flyback transformers, knobs, prisms, motors, some tubes, etc.

    At my age I forget lots of things.
     
  3. hevans1944

    hevans1944 Hop - AC8NS

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    You should have rented a space in the Flea Market at the Dayton Hamvention® to be held later this month (May 15, 16, and 17) and hauled it all down. More than 20,000 hams will be there, ready to dole out cash for real bargains on obsolete junk and not-so-obsolete hard-to-find goodies. Do you have any NOS vacuum variable capacitors, range from about 10 pF to 1200 pF and voltage rating to about 50 kV? I need one to tune my transmitting magnetic loop antenna for the 80m band.

    73 de AC8NS
    Hop
     
  4. TorontoBob

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    Thanks, I would have loved to go the the Dayton Ohio hamfest, but I am in Canada and have limited travel ability.

    I used to know somebody in throughout the 70's and 80's who used to go yearly.

    I would have preferred not to sell this stuff, but disability just doesn't cover the bills the past couple of years.

    Sorry no vacuum capacitors and the vacuum relay was already sold.
     
  5. shrtrnd

    shrtrnd

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    haveans1944's suggestion is a good one.
    Google Amateur (Ham) Radio 'Hamfests' in your area. Clubs typeically hold 'Hamfest' swap meets, where guys (and girls) can go to buy and sell their surplus parts and equipment.
    Ham Radio clubs in my area have these "hamfests' twice a year.
     
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