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Brian Griffin is looking for a GE Beam-a-Scope
loop antenna as used in CGE consoles, such as
JK-70 or KL-70.

Please contact Brian at 613-521-4014 or

Dan Walker is looking for a knob, as shown above,
for a Marconi 84.

Please contact Dan at

GC Electronics tuning wands for alignment.
Contact the editor at the address above.

Heathkit IM-4100 Frequency Counter.
Contact the editor at the address above.

RCA radio model A-23
Jim Eadie of Coe Hill Ontario is looking for
an RCA A23 4 band receiver in good cabinet
and, at least, in repairable condition. You can
contact Jim at 1-705-656-3950 or at

4 vintage speakers.
Contact Lou Matos at

35+ QST Magazines ranging from 1943 to 1955
Contact Cliff Ellement at

Aeriola R.S.
Made in Canada
Contact Jean-claude Provencher

1920s McLagan phonograph in wood cabinet. Working condition; wind it up and let it play.

Comes with several steel needles and a few wooden ones, including a pair of well-worn scissors to cut the wooden needles.
It's length is 36.25 inches (92.1 cms); width (depth) 22 inches (55.8 cms) and height 35 inches (88.9 cms).

Contact Ken Bowering

1926 Rogers Batteryless console Model 200 in working condition.

Complete with early Rogers R32 tubes. $1,500 (negotiable)
Located in Gravenhurst Ontario (~ 400 km. from Ottawa)

Contact or

RCA Radiola 28 Super-Heterodyne radio with marvelous RCA Loudspeaker Model 104
with rectifier-power-amplifier unit.

The original set is in very good condition, tubes included. It is a very rare set
to find in this condition 8/10. Any reasonable offer will be considered.
You can contact me by email at:

Philips Philetta (1958)
Electrical condition unknown.
Cosmetically good.
$25 OBO
Contact Craig at

Rogers 3-band console
Nicely restored
$200 OBO
Reply to

Late 1920's Sparton console radio.
$40.00 OBO
Pick up near Perth, Ontario

Tek 524AD 'scope
Includes cart and extra set of tubes.
Contact Sol Rauch ( 613-299-3280

Marconi model 20/24 radio/phonograph.
Radio works. Phono motor runs slow.
No sound from phono.
Contact Sol Rauch ( 613-299-3280

AM/FM receiver (based on Heathkit design) and audio preamp
(based on Baxendal design), both home built. The unit includes a Garard
three speed record changer (including 45 RPM record changer adapter)
but a separate audio amplifier is required and is not included. $100.00

Klipsch Rebel 5 speaker & enclosure using a Western Electric 555
mid/high frequency driver. (The same type as used by Paul Klipsch as
lab standard for speaker comparisons) A crossover network and power
supply for the 555 are included as well as a spare driver. (Paul invented
the Rebel 5 to sound as good as the full sized Klipschorn but would fit in
his plane.) The enclosure requires a corner installation with no door
openings for at least 6 feet to be able to reproduce the lower bass notes.

Both units to be picked up at my location.

Contact: Don Judd, 2559 Chambers Ave., Ottawa, ON, K2B 7S1
613-828-4748 or