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John Koster, Netherlands - Tube collection

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Below you find a part of the tube collection John Koster.

In 2004 I started collecting radios, loudspeakers and other items, mostly from the period before the Second World War. The first radio I bought was a Cossor 464. I bought this radio on a flee market in Amsterdam in 1994, but it stopped there. In 2004 I rediscovered parts of the crystal and diode radios that I made as a boy and I decided to start a radio collection. My radios are placed in a number of radio cabinets. These cabinets consist of a number of segments made of chipboard with beech print. The back panel of each compartment has a socket outlet and an antenna connection. A small "La Pico" AM transmitter works as a "home broadcasting station". A number of radios can be switched on and off with a remote control unit, that operates the socket outlets. More info on my website: see URL below.
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Excerpt from the tube collection of John Koster. These images (tube photos) were uploaded to the respective tubes or valves by John Koster.

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PM1HF
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
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PM1HL
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
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PM1LF
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
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PM2
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
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PP34S
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
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PP35
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
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PP430 1929
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
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PV4100
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
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QEL2/250
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QS75/40
GEC, General Electric Co.; L... GB
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QS150/15
GEC, General Electric Co.; L... GB
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R2_England
Common type Great Britain tu... GB
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R4_Osram
Osram-Valves GB (not MO-Valv... GB
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R41
La Radiotechnique (RT); Pari... F
R43M made by Radio Technique
R43M
La Radiotechnique (RT); Pari... F
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R69
Dario (tubes) - voir aussi L... F
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R79
Dario (tubes) - voir aussi L... F
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R116
La Radiotechnique (RT); Pari... F
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R216
Radio-Record - Röhrenmarke; ... NL
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RAC2
Radio-Record - Röhrenmarke; ... NL
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RE11 1918
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RE114 1928
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RE134 1926
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RE604 1928
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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REN904 1929
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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REN1004 1927
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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REN1104 1926
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RENS1294 1933
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RES094 1928
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RES374 1931
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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Tube collector page of valve collector John Koster as «own HP at RMorg»
As a member of Radiomuseum.org John Koster displays items in his/her tube collection. Tubes are called valves in British oriented countries.
Valve and tube collectors as well as radio collectors are invited to join Radiomuseum.org. Every member can display separate collections of tubes, radios etc.

John Koster started his/her tube collection (valve collection) here on 19.Mar.2006. [index-en]

  
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