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Most Often Needed Radio Diagrams, Volume 1
by M. N. BeitmanRadio Diagrams and Servicing Information from 1926 to 1938. Shows circuit diagrams for 600 of the most commonly found radios of that time. A valuable resource for restorations.
Radio, Wireless Telephone and Wireless Telegraph Equipment
High quality reprint of early (1920s) Montgomery Ward catalog of wireless equipment. 32 pages of radios, kits, tubes and books as available 70 years ago. Sorry, you can't order from this catalog! 0.2 lbs, 7" x 9.5", 33 pages.
Form - Ceramic, 2-½" x ½" Diameter, 6-32 Threads
Use as a standoff, coil/choke form, or antenna coil.
Tube Base - 4-Pin, Ceramic
4 pin, ceramic tubes base, 1 ¼" diameter - 1 1/16" tall.
Coil - Miniature adjustable coil, 70, oscillator
Coil is similar to Miller number 70-OSC oscillator coil. Their small physical size and the fact that they can be adjusted to the inductance required make these coils ideally suited for replacement in broadcast band receivers. The 70 Oscillator coil has a primary and a tapped secondary. These coils are for use in all common padded and unpadded oscillator circuits.