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Old 24th May 2018, 9:51 pm   #1681
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Default Re: AVO Multimeter survey

I've just picked up another early Avo 8 Mark 1, with a date of 1952.

This one is serial 3704-C-252 and my other is
6832.C.752

So, could that be 3128 units apart? I'm not actually sure if they're numbered by the sequence of manufacture.
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Default Re: AVO Multimeter survey

I would have thought they are in direct production sequence plus or minus maybe 10 or 20 units. Depends which part of the assembly line was ahead/behind on any particular week.
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