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Old 18th Jun 2018, 9:28 pm   #1
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Default Radio and valves near Cambridge

Hi

I went to an amateur's SK yard sale on Saturday near Cambridge

There were a number of "wireless sets" mostly wooden cased and some transistor portables

Also a good few boxes of valves

None of which went and are still available but will be scrapped soon

If you PM I will pass on contact details with the SK's daughter to arrange contact

Fred
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Popped over at lunchtime and parted with some readys in exchange for six valve radios and some boxes of valve etc.

Thanks to Fred for the heads up. They are still sorting so may be more to come
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Good news, glad there was something useful

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