July 16, 2016 Museum Meet and Auction

The parking lot overflowed to the grassy area

Doug and Brenda were on their honeymoon and decided the Museum was a great place to spend some time.

A Herald-Dispatch reporter covered the event

As usual, the tables were stocked with lots of good "Welcome to West Virginia" food for the donation lunch

Philco consoles were bargains. This one sold for $7

This unusual chairside Philco with drop leaf table and record player in drawer brought only $1

Smiling new owner of a low voltage high current power supply complete with variac for a bargain $1

A Truetone for $5

A Bogen tube-type receiver for $21

A Siltronix 1011C for $7

A Tram D201 CB base for $26

This National NC-183 was the high bid of the day at $50

A Hallicrafters with outboard S-meter brought $40

A Heathkit ET-3100 trainer was a bargain at $1

As was this unbuilt ET-3200 at $10

A Heathkit DX-60 with HG-10 VFO and power meter lot sold for $47

This Heathkit 80 meter Mono-bander, speaker and HP-23 power supply sold for $40

A Realistic Navaho CB brought $26

Jim asked for help in locating a Crosley 148CQ

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