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Old 9th Mar 2020, 10:47 am   #1
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Default Radiophile Auction 15th March 2020

Radiophile are pleased to announce that we have over 400 lots on sale at Gnosall on Sunday the 15th of March, including communications receivers, domestic radios, test equipment, valves, audio equipment and a host of very useful parts for the enthusiast. The next Radiophile auction will take place at Gnosall on Sunday the 17th of May. The closing date for entries will be Sunday the 3rd of May.
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Old 9th Mar 2020, 1:55 pm   #2
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Many thanks Graham. As for other recent instances of the auction, is there a digital auction catalogue please?
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Old 9th Mar 2020, 3:37 pm   #3
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You can contact Brian Pallister for more information.
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Old 10th Mar 2020, 9:33 am   #4
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It's a bit of a trek for me, but I may well come and take a look considering the amount of lots.
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Old 12th Mar 2020, 6:28 pm   #5
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 5:50 pm   #6
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No reply from Brian Pallister to an email asking about the auction catalogue.
No catalogue available from the Radiophile website.
Despite the lead provided by another thread on this topic, no sign of a catalogue being downloadable.

Does anyone, please, actually have access to the catalogue? Thank-you.

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I have it & no problem with correspondence from Brian as he emailed it me himself on Sunday morning & he checks his emails every day
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 8:13 pm   #8
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Would you mind emailing it on to me please? Many thanks.
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Old 14th Mar 2020, 6:29 pm   #9
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Brian Pallister has asked me to let you know that The Radiophile Auction is going ahead as planned tommorow. I have not long left the hall myself and can confirm the auction has over 400 lots so one not to be missed !

There is a excellent assortment of vintage gear, something for everyone in fact. I've attached a couple of pictures taken earlier.

Hope to see you there tomorrow morning



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That selection of equipment definitely has the wow! factor.

Thanks for posting the photos.

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A couple more to whet the appetite!
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Wish I lived nearer.

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I can certainly say I need to stay away from auctions with interesting lots.

What a superb day and a superb effort from the chap who sat down just before 12:00 and did the entire auction without getting up or having a break. He must have only got out of his seat at around 4pm.
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That does look brilliant! One for next year...
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I can certainly say I need to stay away from auctions with interesting lots.

What a superb day and a superb effort from the chap who sat down just before 12:00 and did the entire auction without getting up or having a break. He must have only got out of his seat at around 4pm.
Nice to meet you in person, Nick knows how to hammer through the lots & he's a nice chap too .

Yes you did alright & got plenty to keep you occupied for a while but its a disease & you will always want more as i told you there are heaps more of test gear to come from that particular vendor.

BTW.. All the HRO gear i bought & the mint GEC BRT400D along with the BC-348-O are all fully working result!!


Hopefully see you at the next one but Brian said the next one in May maybe cancelled due to the Coronavirus and it was very obvious that numbers of people were down today by about a 1/3, here's hoping things can get back to normal very soon.

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What is the radio I've circled in the attached pic?
I used to have one..mine was a Belgian Siera.

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I think it was one of the Philips sets without a chassis, wire everywhere joining things up!
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Old 16th Mar 2020, 2:24 pm   #18
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This set is listed in the catalogue as Mullard "no chassis set" (same?) as Philips V7A, inside it did look like this, although a bit of a mess, no back present.
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I can certainly say I need to stay away from auctions with interesting lots.

What a superb day and a superb effort from the chap who sat down just before 12:00 and did the entire auction without getting up or having a break. He must have only got out of his seat at around 4pm.
Nice to meet you in person, Nick knows how to hammer through the lots & he's a nice chap too .

Yes you did alright & got plenty to keep you occupied for a while but its a disease & you will always want more as i told you there are heaps more of test gear to come from that particular vendor.

BTW.. All the HRO gear i bought & the mint GEC BRT400D along with the BC-348-O are all fully working result!!


Hopefully see you at the next one but Brian said the next one in May maybe cancelled due to the Coronavirus and it was very obvious that numbers of people were down today by about a 1/3, here's hoping things can get back to normal very soon.

Best regards,Shaun
Good to meet you too. That car you saw me in is still full of stuff. I took our other car to work instead. I've been going through a few items tonight, cleaning them up and checking them out. So far I've done well. Glad you had a good result too.
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Many thanks..ah yes. A Mullard iteration of the Philips V7A.
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