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Old 28th Apr 2019, 8:12 pm   #16
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Default Re: When was the No 12 dial introduced?

Originally Posted by Pellseinydd View Post
'...ones which had come from Army sources having been repackaged over the years by the Army. It was only the part numbers on the packaging which identified them as Military rather than GPO...'
I wondered that. I've had ex-Air Ministry capacitors and other components from RAF 14MU auctions that were wrapped similarly. Back in '74 I bought two brand-new-and-boxed dial-less 232 instruments from A. W. Young, a (then) London photographic store. They were ex-A.M. but I only knew because the advert said they were.

I wish I still had them!

Russell W. B.
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