Club members items for sale

Icom 

Icom 7200

Icom 7200 hf to 6m transciever in very good condition complete with rack handles.  Boxed with manuals  750 euro ono.

 

Icom ic 251e

Icom 251e 2 meter multi mode. has Mu-Tec front end fitted fully working.    230 euro ono.

 

Icom Ic 728 

Icom ic 728 hf transceiver fully working.  250 euro

 

Icom Ic 720

Icom Ic720 hf transceiver complete and working.  280 euro

Valve’s

A large seliction of NOS valves for sale. Prices starting from 1 euro each.

For more info and contact details on all items, please go to bottom of page.

 

Original Radio’s

Collectors Items for Sale. Restoration needed!

General purpose Communications Receiver, also for tropical conditions, coverage 150 to 385 kHz and 510 to 30000 kHz in further 5 ranges, single-conversion-superheterodyne with two RF-stages, input 75 Ohmm, Line-, Headphones-, Speaker- and F.S.K.-output, IF-selectivity 13, 9 and 5,5 kHz ; 2 , 1 and 0,5 kHz with crystal-filter, BFO, 500 kHz crystal-calibrator, Model suffix 402K, 400KN and 402KN different variants in some details.

GEC, General: BRT-400K [Receiver-C] General purpose Communications Receiver, also for tropical conditions, coverage 150 to 385 kHz and 510 to 30000 kHz in further 5 ranges, single-conversion-superheterodyne with two RF-stages, input 75 Ohmm, Line-, Headphones-, Speaker- and F.S.K.-output, IF-selectivity 13, 9 and 5,5 kHz ; 2 , 1 and 0,5 kHz with crystal-filter, BFO, 500 kHz crystal-calibrator, Model suffix 402K, 400KN and 402KN different variants in some details.

PYE Wireless Set C12 was originally designed as the PTC202 between about 1948 and 1950 as a private venture by Pye Ltd to replace the 'A' set and intercom functions of Wireless Sets No. 19. Initially the PTC202 was not considered for use by the British Army due to the War Office preference for a new concept of hermetically sealed, water-proof equipments (which later came to be known as Larkspur).

PYE Wireless Set C12 PYE Wireless Set C12 was originally designed as the PTC202 between about 1948 and 1950 as a private venture by Pye Ltd to replace the ‘A’ set and intercom functions of Wireless Sets No. 19. Initially the PTC202 was not considered for use by the British Army due to the War Office preference for a new concept of hermetically sealed, water-proof equipments (which later came to be known as Larkspur).

 

 

 

 

For more info contact: Dominic 086-8941900, Padraic 086-2089777 or email via club contact page

 

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