Can you identify these objects? 
Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:16 EST 2-bit flip-flop module. Believed to be from Hollerith 555 Multiplier.
Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:16 EST 2-bit flip-flop module. Believed to be from Hollerith 555 Multiplier.
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Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:17 EST. View of underside.
Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:17 EST. View of underside.
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Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:17 EST. Connector, marked Belling-Lee, England
Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:17 EST. Connector, marked Belling-Lee, England
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Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:18 EST. One of the two 13D5 double triode valves, These are a Brimar industrial version of the 12AU7.
Thu 18 Aug 2011 15:58:18 EST. One of the two 13D5 double triode valves, These are a Brimar industrial version of the 12AU7.
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AWA-Tx 7-pin cable - what equipment uses this? 1940-1950 period, RAAF?
AWA-Tx 7-pin cable - what equipment uses this? 1940-1950 period, RAAF?
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AWA-Tx cable-2
AWA-Tx cable-2
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Top view of an antique cast brass plate 15cm dia, 3mm thick. Has been in the family many years. What might be its date and origin? If anyone can help, please email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
Top view of an antique cast brass plate 15cm dia, 3mm thick. Has been in the family many years. What might be its date and origin? If anyone can help, please email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
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Cast plate underside
Cast plate underside
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Initials on 1769 silver cup, can someone interpret what the letters actually read, if so email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
Initials on 1769 silver cup, can someone interpret what the letters actually read, if so email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
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This armorial is engraved on a pair of old sheffield plate tureens dating to around 1820. It turns out to be that of Sir Thomas Reade CB. The arms are those of Reade and the three decorations are orders he was awarded and the motto
This armorial is engraved on a pair of old sheffield plate tureens dating to around 1820. It turns out to be that of Sir Thomas Reade CB. The arms are those of Reade and the three decorations are orders he was awarded and the motto "FIDEI ET MERITO" comes from one of them.
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Detail showing the 3 medals, which are the Orders of the Bath (CB), the Turkish Cresent and St Ferdinand and Merit.
Detail showing the 3 medals, which are the Orders of the Bath (CB), the Turkish Cresent and St Ferdinand and Merit.
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Is the origin of this wheel engraved glass beaker, which stands about 7
Is the origin of this wheel engraved glass beaker, which stands about 7" high, 18th century Holland or elsewhere? If anyone can help, please email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
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Highlight for Album: Pair Ormolu Candelabra
Album: Pair Ormolu Candelabra

Are these French and would they be 18th or 19th Century? They were modified over 50 years ago for electric power. Click for detailed pictures. If anyone can help, please email me at vk2ua@yahoo.com
Changed: 11/10/07
Contains: 6 items.
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Pair of early bright emitter triode valves. They have B4 bases and labelled T over H3. The metal base appears to be chrome plated brass. They are type H3 made by Tungsram in Hungary (dating to the early 1920s).
Pair of early bright emitter triode valves. They have B4 bases and labelled T over H3. The metal base appears to be chrome plated brass. They are type H3 made by Tungsram in Hungary (dating to the early 1920s).
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A curious solid spoon shaped item approx 8 cm long made from stone and possibly Chinese. There are 3 grooves cut into the top at the right. What is it for and how old is it?
A curious solid spoon shaped item approx 8 cm long made from stone and possibly Chinese. There are 3 grooves cut into the top at the right. What is it for and how old is it?
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A small brass nozzle plated in the centre, some 6 cm long with a screw connection at the right and a small exit hole at the left. Found on an old rubbish site. Could have been used for water and from its quality quite old. When was it made and what was it used for?
A small brass nozzle plated in the centre, some 6 cm long with a screw connection at the right and a small exit hole at the left. Found on an old rubbish site. Could have been used for water and from its quality quite old. When was it made and what was it used for?
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A very small nicely carved wooden figurine 10 cm high possibly once painted. Has remains of a nail underneath so was presumably attached to something. It was bought in Cochin, India many years ago. Can anyone date it or suggest where it was used?
A very small nicely carved wooden figurine 10 cm high possibly once painted. Has remains of a nail underneath so was presumably attached to something. It was bought in Cochin, India many years ago. Can anyone date it or suggest where it was used?
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These are Britsh made 1930s valves. What are their specifications? Possibly Post Office (phone) types.
These are Britsh made 1930s valves. What are their specifications? Possibly Post Office (phone) types.
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