Old radio books for sale...
gekko95 at IX.NETCOM.COM
Wed Apr 30 20:09:43 EDT 1997
I picked up three old radio books today and I am just
passing them on to the group for what I paid. I hate
to see excellent old literature lanquishing in a stale
old antique shop, not being seen. Granted the prices
are 'antique shop' prices, but I didn't think they
were overly high.
Here's the rundown:
#1 - Principls of Radio 4th ed. - Keith Henney c. 1929-1942
Many good chapters on TRF principles, detectors, and
the like. Has chapter with SW receiver circuit, longwave
receivers, and many charts and tables of coil data.
Very good book.
#2 - Reference Data for Radio Engineers - Federal Radio and Telephone
Corporation. c-1949 640 pages
Has color fold-out Electromagnetic Spectrum in front,
FULL of charts, formulas, and tables for everything
even remotely related to radio, BA style
#3 - Coyne Television and Radio Handbook - Coyne Radio & TV
School, Chicago. c.1952 355 pages
Compendium of charts and references on coil winding,
tube base pinouts, tube concepts, vibrator power
supplies, schematics, etc. Good reference.
All three are a heavy 8+ to 9 condition. All are hardback.
#1 has 'US Navy' stamped in it, but it is still in
extremely good condition. They also have the prices I
paid penciled in the front leaf.
I'd like to sell the 3 as a set. I paid $12 each (really -
I'm not out to make a buck!), and would like to recoup
that (plus a couple bucks for shipping).
Please feel free to email if interested.
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