Recently at an estate sale, I purchased several totes that were full of replacement parts and books for repairing older radios and TVs. There are literally hundreds of parts that I will be listing. I was told that before retiring, the previous owner had a repair shop and only worked on old units, mainly from the early 1950s. I was also told that none of these parts were ever used.
I have 2 of these wave traps. The price is $12.12 EACH.
I really know nothing about these types of parts, so I’ll have to let my pictures do the talking. I can tell you that the end of the box says “Wave Trap, 60 to 90 M.C., F. M. Radio”. There is no instruction sheet, so the exact date of the pieces is unknown. I do know that these are at least from the mid 1950s or earlier. I know that because TeleMatic’s address is on the box and it lists the location as “Brooklyn 1, N.Y.”. That number 1 was called a zone and the postal service started changing those in the mid 1950s to the zipcode that we use today.
Buyer to pay USPS 1st Class mail charges of $3.50. Insurance is suggested.
Seller does combine shipping on multiple purchases as long as one payment is submitted and all items will safely fit in a single box.
All items in my listings come from estate sales, garage sales, or various auctions. I do not know if they came from homes where smoking or pets were present. All items are sold in the same condition as when I received them.