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  • #2132
    warmcanofcoke
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    Hello all,
    I need some help identifying some circa 1920s/1930s radio parts. (I believe them to be radio parts, they could just as easily be something else) I do not own these parts, But I would like to acquire them. So if you know of the model number or manufacture please let me know, it will make it easier to track down these vintage parts.
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    these panels were used in a science fiction movie as props and were accidentally junked. I am building a replacement prop.




    #2548
    JSTvintage
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    Hi,

    This looks vaguely familiar as an electronics lab teaching tool.
    I can’t make out the White text on the back but it looks like this is a precision capacitance or resistance substitution unit.
    May be much newer than you suspect and be into the 1950’s?

    A high res pic of the back would help.

    John

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    John Bartley
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    I’m pretty sure those are parts from an early bridge. I had one similar, but not quite as complex. This sort of bridge would be used for measuring R, L & C (if I’ve guessed it correctly).

    cheers

    John

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