FS: Heathkit, Keys, Mikes, Dials and Other Good Stuff
n7rk at COX.NET
Tue May 25 12:55:45 EDT 2004
I have the following items for sale. Prices do not include shipping. I
will ship overseas.
LS-166/U Dynamic Loudspeaker for PRC-47 Radio Set.............$40 plus
Precision E-200-C Signal Generator.............$50 plus Shipping
This unit covers 90 kHz to 120 MHz. It has two separate adjustable RF
outputs as well as internal modulation and adjustable AVC voltage. The
tuning dial even has a smooth vernier movement. This is a clean working
unit. It does not have probes or test leads. Includes a photocopy of
Heathkit HD-1416 Code Practice Oscillator....$15 plus Shipping
This unit works and runs off of a 9 volt battery (not included). Hook
your telegraph key to this unit and practice your code!
Calrad Japanese 70 MM Vernier Dial-NIB.....$20 plus Shipping
This vernier is new in the box and is the 70 mm version. The back side
mates to a standard 1/4 inch shaft.
National Type ACN Dial................................$35 plus Shipping
B&W Type TVL Coil Base ..................................$10 plus
This is for the TVL series of plug-in coils. This is just thing if you
are building a 1940's style transmitter.
Heathkit Transistor Radio.............$50 plus Shipping
Introduced in the fall of 1957. A kit radio from the early transistor
days, this radio uses seven socketed metal-cased transistors (2N252,
2N253, 2N254, 2N185, 2N185, 2N238). It's powered by six flashlight
batteries. The radio shows some wear but overall is in nice shape for
it's age. It works intermittently.
Triplett 800 VOM with Manual.............$50 plus Shipping
Western Union Legless Telegraph Key.............$35 plus Shipping
J.H. Bunnell Brass Telegraph Key....................$35 plus Shipping
This mounted to a metal base and it appears to have come from the
factory this way or else someone did a very professional riveting job.
Lionel J-36 Bug Telegraph Key - W.W.II............$125 plus Shipping
J-36 Bug telegraph made by Lionel - the famous train company. Lionel
stopped making trains during W.W.II and made telegraph keys and other
instruments for the war effort. The key is in excellent shape for it's
age. As is typical of these bugs, it only has part of the Lionel emblem.
It is unusual
to find one of these keys with the complete plastic emblem. The Lionel
nameplate was made out of a celluloid-type plastic, and the vast
majority of Lionel J-36 bugs lack a nameplate.
Electrovoice Model 623 Microphone - New in box..................$125
This is a Hi-Z dynamic mike with instructions and cable.
Eico 249 VTVM.............$20 plus shipping
Clean and working unit with a nice large easy to read meter. Meter has
a small crack on the lower left side and their is a scuff across the
meter face. No probes but has a connector so you can build your own.
Includes a photocopy of the manual
Westinghouse AC Voltmeter....................$35 plus shipping
This meter in a heavy bakelite measures 0-150 volts and the ranges are
changed by making the appropriate connections to the meter. The ranges
are: 1, 5, 15 and 150 volts. This is a working unit in nice condition.
McMurdo Silver Model 900 VOMAX VTVM with RF probe...$20 plus shipping
This is from the 1940's and an interesting piece if you collect McMurdo
Silver equipment. Includes a copy of the manual. This unit is untested.
Thanks for looking.
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