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BA6674

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ID = 39328
       
 
   
Tube type:  German Military Stamp only 
Identical to BA6674

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Description BA 6674 is not the designation of these tubes.
They were manufactured or selected for the former "Luftwaffe" (German Air Force). BA stands for Betriebsabnahme" or "Accepted work for the Air Force". The number is the reference to an examiner in person. The examiner inspected usually a large number of different tubes.
More information about these examination stamps is given in this link. If we know more about this particular examination number you will find a forum article below.

We try to show here all different tubes with this paricular BA-number. Each picture legend should give information about the actual tube type plus all other markings on that particular tube. We would like to show only one picture for each tube designation if all other markings are the same (incl. Date).
 
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BA6674: Gross klicken - click to big size
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Variants
 

BA6674*Box
     

  Variants


DL11 Tfk uv=?/1944 WM 02-45 BA6674
Günther Stabe

05.Jan.2014 Otmar Jung

 

17.Jan.2014 Bernhard Nagel


B.N.
Bernhard Nagel
   

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