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Roy Johnson, Great Britain (UK) - Tube collection

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Below you find a part of the tube collection Roy Johnson.

Collector of Valves and old Scientific, Test and Radio Equipment. Interests are mostly in British valves.
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Excerpt from the tube collection of Roy Johnson. These images (tube photos) were uploaded to the respective tubes or valves by Roy Johnson.

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PT225_4pin
Lissen Ltd.; London and Rich... GB
An elaborate pinch and the triple filament
PT611
Lissen Ltd.; London and Rich... GB
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PV200/1000
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
Some early PX4 had an angled structure.
Not easily seen in almost totally silvered balloon envelopes.
The Post office claimed that this stucture gave a longer life in telephone repeater applications.
PX4
Marconi-Osram - (Valves/Tube... GB
Some various shapes of the PX25
PX25
Marconi-Osram - (Valves/Tube... GB
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PXA102
Ediswan, Siemens Edison Swan... GB
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PXB103
Ediswan, Siemens Edison Swan... GB
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PXC171
Ediswan, Siemens Edison Swan... GB
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QMR201
Marconi's Wireless Telegraph... GB
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QQV02-6
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QS75/20
GEC, General Electric Co Ltd... GB
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QS150/15
GEC, General Electric Co Ltd... GB
R-Type, probably Osram
R_Osram
Common type Great Britain tu... GB
R5V with BBC mark.  From 1924 box.
R5V 1925
MO Valve Co. Ltd.; GB GB
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R18_Brimar
Brimar (STC); Foots Cray GB
Early RG1-240.  This has a 4-pin base rather than the ES.   In later manufacture the suffix A indicated a 4-pin base variant.  In later types the electrode structure was changed with a larger cathode block.
RG1-240
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
The A variant with a 4-pin base. Coded 4L3 R4J.
RG1/240A
Mullard Radio Valve Co. Ltd.; GB
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RG48
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RG62
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RGN2504 1931
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RM1
Standard Telephones and Cabl... GB
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RM2
Standard Telephones and Cabl... GB
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RS237
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RS329g
Telefunken Deutschland (TFK)... D
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RV200/600
Tungsram; Budapest (see also... H
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RYG10
Ericsson (L.M.), Allmänna Te... S
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S130
Cossor, A.C.; London GB
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S215VM
Mazda = Valve (Tube) brand G... GB
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SC1/1000
GEC, General Electric Co Ltd... GB
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SC5/5000
GEC, General Electric Co Ltd... GB
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Tube collector page of valve collector Roy Johnson as «own HP at RMorg»
As a member of Radiomuseum.org Roy Johnson 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.

Roy Johnson started his/her tube collection (valve collection) here on 13.Oct.2006. [index-en]

  
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