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Old 05-03-18, 18:32
David Dunlop David Dunlop is offline
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Default Reproduction Valve Boxes

Just to set the record straight at the very start, I am referring to the cardboard packaging valves come in from the factory, NOT ‘Spare Valve Boxes’ issued with wireless sets.

The Wireless Set No. 52 Canadian does not have a Spare Valve Box with special internal fittings to insert bare valves. The spare valves are stored in their original factory packaging (boxes). I am wondering if anyone makes reproduction packaging for individual valves? Particularly the British ARP-3 and 12Y4G. I am going to end up with quite a few spares of these two valves and would like to store them reasonably safely in original style boxes. I know I could probably buy an NOS valve in original packaging, disassemble the package and photocopy it to heavy stock etc., etc., but would prefer to avoid that route if possible.

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