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Used Thermionic Valves

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Mottlefeeder
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Used Thermionic Valves

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Sale now closed

My late brother-in-law was a TV service engineer with an interest in valve radios. As a result, I now have 160 valves to dispose of. I'm assuming that all are pulled and are working, so let me know if you want a manuacturer name for a particular valve or two (not all 160 please).

I'd be happy to see £50 from this sale, so make me an offer for the lot, or cherry-pick the ones you want - all sale proceeds will be going to the widow's preferred cancer charity (research into brain tumours). I'll close the door in seven days and look for the best outcome - any identical bids for the same item will be treated in date order.

David

Valve type Quantity
Unreadable 5
10C2 1
12AT6 1
12BH7 1
12K7 1
12K8 1
3Q4 1
3S4/DL92 2
5Z4G 1
6AG5 1
6AL5 1
6AM6 1
6BA6 1
6BR7 1
6CH6 4
6CK5 1
6D2 1
6DC8 1
6F15 1
6F25 1
6K7 GT 1
6K8 GT 1
6Q7 GT 1
6SL7 GT 1
6V6 1
6X4 1
6X5 GT 1
6Y6 1
7C5 1
7C6 1
9D6 1
DF 91 1
DH 150 1
DL 96 1
EABC 80 4
EB 91 1
EBC 41 4
ECC 804 1
ECC 82 3
ECC 83 3
ECC 88 5
ECH 42 6
ECH 81 4
ECL 82 1
ECL 83 2
ECL 86 3
EF 184 1
EF 41 3
EF 80 2
EF 85 2
EF 86 12
EF 89 2
EF 91 1
EH 90 1
EL 41 1
EL 42 1
EL 81 1
EL 84 11
EM 84 2
EZ 40 2
EZ 80 5
EZ 81 2
N 108 1
N 149 1
P 331 1
PC 97 1
PCL 800 1
U 78 1
UABC 80 2
UBC 41 1
UBF 80 1
UBF 89 2
UCC 84 1
UCF 80 1
UCH 42 2
UCH 81 3
UCL 82 2
UCL 83 1
UF 85 1
UF 89 1
UL 84 3
UY 85 2
UY 41 1
W 729 1
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Post by Mottlefeeder »

Just to clarify, the last digit in each line is the quantity. Having spend quite a while putting in extra spaces to get the columns to look neat, vBulletin has decided to strip them all out.

David
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Ibanez EWB205WNE 5-string fretted acoustic
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Hartke HA4000
BFM Jack 10 - (2)
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Post by RichardH »

It's HTML that has done that - any multiple spaces next to each other are treated as a single space.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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