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Old 28th Jul 2022, 2:42 pm   #1
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Default Leicester Auction 30th July, Test equipment, valves etc

Although I've retired from vintage radios I noticed at Churchgate Auctions in Leicester a lot of equipment that members may be interested in. There are valve testers, full set of cards for the Mullard Tester, a lot of test equipment, boxes of valves etc and several radios. They don't have an online bidding system but you can contact them and leave a comission bid as long as you don't mind driving over to collect. This auction also has a vast array of vintage computer items. You can view a video on youtube and see the lot list by going to their auction diary. Hope it helps some of you

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Old 28th Jul 2022, 5:54 pm   #2
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Default Re: Leicester Auction 30th July, Test equipment, valves etc

Certainly a huge amount of pc related gear.
Their various fees seem very reasonable indeed. The cheapest I have seen. Although, I didn't see VAT mentioned, so most likely be an addition?
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Default Re: Leicester Auction 30th July, Test equipment, valves etc

A couple of Eddystone comms-receivers in the list, which might be of interest to the SWL/ham-radio types...
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