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Old 17th Jan 2021, 4:56 am   #1
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Default ShopGoodWill (USA) is my best kept secret for finding vintage items here in the USA. Its a non-profit that sells items donated by individuals, families and businesses. I've found vintage radios, scientific equipment, clock radios, appliances TV, electronic test equipment etc. More than I could ever use. Sometimes its well used and other times New IOB. Prices start very low an occasionally higher if its a recognized item. Auctions last about 5-7 days. I don't know if they will ship internationally.

You'll have to do lots of different searches and apply filters maybe store them as web shortcuts like I do... The site is updated Monday - Sat with new items.

Tip: Try different searches i.e. Radio, Transceiver, Receiver, TV, Electronics lot, Vintage, Bake light, British, test equipment or the Brand name or model number. You might notice that the results don't always overlap for the same item (as you might expect) For example a "Sony Walkman" might appear under "Receiver" but not under "radio".

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