[AMRadio] FS: Antique Radio & TV Literature, ARC-12 Radios,


Don Merz n3rht at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 26 19:15:35 EST 2006


For Sale. All prices plus shipping. 

Stromberg Carlson Engineering Data binder. This has a
catalog of parts and accessories for all pre-war and
post-war models through 1948. It has service bulletins
for SC radios wioth model numbers from 1020 through
1400’s. It has complete service manuals for 3 Seeburg
record changers as well as for the TS-series and TV-12
televisions. Impressive set of stuff. $24

Wallace Telaides covering Emerson TVs from 1947-1953.
This is an 11x17 comb-bound set of schematics and
service data. 135 pages. $10

Wallace Telaides covering Philco TVs from 1947-1953.
This is an 11x17 comb-bound set of schematics and
service data. 115 pages. $15

Wallace Telaides covering Admiral TVs from 1947-1953.
This is an 11x17 comb-bound set of schematics and
service data. 90 pages. The front cover has come off.
$8

Truetone D1002 radio installation and service manual.
Fragile but still useable. $3

Set of Wards Airline Service Bulletins covering
62-230, 62-240, 62-550, 62-1550, 62-2550, 14BR-530A,
62-345. These are falling apart. Free if anyone wants
to try to save them.

Victor Talking Machine Co., Servicing Victrola
Electric Motor, undated but must be pre-WWI--maybe
1910-15. This is only 4 pages with diagrams. Torn and
fraying but quite useable. $18

Loose radio service bulletin set, mostly have frayed
edges but are still useable: GE RLS-916, Air Castle
582-1, Air King 4, 23X, 9722, 9822, 9823, and 9922,
American Bosch 58-59, Arvin RE-91, Belmont 602-B,
Colonial 33AC, Crosley 739, 7739, J-739 and J-7739,
Firestone 7398-9, GE H400, RCA Victor 1X and 1X2, GE
LB-530X. $8/all

1903 Book: Easy Experiments in Electricity and How To
Make Them, by L.. Dickinson, Fredrick L. Drake and
Co., 1903. This hardback is 204 pages, excluding the
index and catalog at the end. It's in very nice
condition with only a small amount of wear at the
cover edges. $21 plus $3 US media mailing with
tracking.

Two military aircraft radio receiver dynamotors model
D-10A. One is also tagged DY-86/ARN-30. But they are
otherwise identical. These are from the post-WWII
command set series of radios. They appear to be
unmodified and in very good original condition.
Untested and as-is. $24/both. Buyer pays $8.60 US
priority flat rate box mailing with tracking.

4 older PC mass storage accesory items, I've had these
sitting around for years. But someone may get some use
out of them. 1) A Seagate 4.3GB SCSI disk drive. 2) A
parallel-connected Iomega 250MB disk drive with one
disk in it. No power supply or anything else. 3) an
old Sony CD-ROM drive from the era when the CD had to
be put in a carrier to be inserted into the
drive--witn one carrier. And 4) An Exabyte tape drive
of some sort. It has a SCSI terminator on the back
also. All of this stuff is left over from various PC
system upgrades over the years. It all was working
when replaced by something else during the upgrade.
$15/all.

Instruction Book for A.R.C. Type 12 Equipment with UHF
Supplement Dated January, 1955 and revised November,
1956. This original manual is over 100 pages and has
all the photos, diagrams, fold-out schematics, wiring
layouts and maintenance information for the ARC Type
12 equipment. $27. Buyer pays $4.50 US priority
mailing with tracking.

Military aircraft radio transmitter T-11B/ARC-12. This
covers 116-132mc. it's part of the post-WWII command
set series of radios. This one appears to be all
original and complete, except there are no crystals in
it. It's very clean and excellent looking. $19

Military aircraft radio receiver R-19/ARC-12, also
tagged R-509/ARC. This covers 108-135mc. it's part of
the post-WWII command set series of radios. This one
appears to be modified with a control on the front
panel and 2 pins jumpered with solder on one of the
front connectors. Both top and bottom covers have no
screws and are loose. Untested and as-is. $15

Electro-Voice Model 611 Mercury Microphone with a
switch in its base. This is a High Z mic. The finish
has a few marks on it and some very minor pitting on
the bottom. But there is no corrosion and it is
basically in nice looking shape. This requires a
conventional old-style contact-button connector. Cable
not included--just the mic. Untested and as-is. Buyer
pays $9 US flat rate box priority Mailing cost. $25

Electro-Voice Model 950 Cardax Microphone with a
switch in its base. The finish has a few marks on it
but no corrosion and is basically in nice looking
shape. This requires a conventional old-style
contact-button connector. Cable not included--just the
mic. Untested and as-is. Buyer pays $9 US flat rate
box priority Mailing cost. $30

Military aircraft radio converter CV-431A/AR which
specs out as follows: Frequency-Converter Transmitter,
CV-431/AR JAN Type: CV-431/AR Nomenclature:
Frequency-Converter Transmitter Reference: TM
11-522-10, -25 NSN: 5321-00-320-8639 Weight: 5.9 Size:
4-3/4 x 11-1/2 x 4-3/4 Mode: 6A3 Frequency Range: 228
to 258 MHz Power Output: 2 W Number of Channels: 8
Crystal Controlled Channel Spacing: 2 Areas any 2 MHz
in Range, at Least 4 MHz Apart. Part of: ARC-60
Antenna: AT-701/AR Description: Frequency-Converter
Transmitter CV-431/AR is the UHF to VHF receive
converter and UHF AM transmitter of Radio Set ARC-60.
Source: TM 11-487A, 58 Manufacturer: Aircraft Radio
Corp. Tube Lineup: 4 ea 5763 & 2 ea 6201 This has a
1958 order date on the tag. This is part of the
post-WWII command set series of radios. This one
appears to be unmodified and in very good original
condition. Untested and as-is. $27

Kellogg-Chicago telephone mouthpiece on a long bent
pole, probably designed as a switchboard operator's
microphone or a railroad dispatcher's microphone. The
stamping on the back of the mouthpiece just says
Kellogg-Chicgago USA Inc. with a 1901 patent date. The
distance from the mouthpiece to where the wire comes
out of the arm is about 19 inches, but loosening the
setscrew allows it to be extended further. Untested.
As-is. $22

Electronic Measurements Corporation Transistor Power
Supply Model 212A. This is 0-100VDC at  0-100ma
regulated to within 1mv. 3.5” high rackmount with
Accurate current and vlotage metering and front
controls. Uses 2 6L6’s for regulators. Thios is in
perfect working condition--extremely stable. It looks
good but needs cleaning and has some marks here and
there on the front panel. I have had one of these for
years. It’s a perfect bias supply for tube
characteristics testing. But I don’t need two of them.
Why it’s called a “transistor” power supply, I have no
idea. $45

Thanks for looking.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT



 
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