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 Post subject: SOLD from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Dec Tue 04, 2018 3:28 pm 
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I bought a large quantity of items from Alan Douglas estate and I want to see it go to those who would appreciate it the most, as he would want.
I pay all packing and shipping costs.
First answer here gets it. Then PM me promptly with verification and shipping address.
PayPal and checks are fine.
My email for PayPal payment is:
ritareo@juno.com ( Please use “personal”)S
SOLDThis is a Majestic Log Book from about 1929. It pictures 6 Majestic radios, a refrigerator, and a complete list of radio stations in several formats. Writing in station list by first owner indicates what he heard. $6.00 pp

10 pages copied from 1940 Consumers Union Magazine that evaluate current radios of that time as to tone quality, value, looks, costs and other aspects of value. Many radios are evaluated, examined and tested. Included are some pages of turntable and phonograph evaluations copied from a different issue. $6.00pp.

SOLD This is Alan’s complete Browning-Drake folder that he used in writing his book. It contains, I expect every piece of information he discovered about B-D and its radio production. Included are magazine articles, photos of ads, and other information – originals and copies.. There are about 60 various sheets in all including original paper and copies.
$20. Pp.

SOLD Early on in our hobby, Jim Fred published perhaps the first Radio newsletter called “Antique Radio Topics”. This contained lots of news, data etc from the early 1970 when antique radio was a new collectible. Here is a pack of about 20 pieces of that early paper dating from the early 1970’s and 1980’s. $12pp.


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 Post subject: Re: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Dec Tue 04, 2018 3:45 pm 
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I'll take the Browning Drake folder.
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 Post subject: Re: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Dec Tue 04, 2018 6:18 pm 
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I'll take the Majestic log book.
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 Post subject: Re: FS from Alan Douglas Library
PostPosted: Dec Tue 04, 2018 6:32 pm 
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Early on in our hobby, Jim Fred published perhaps the first Radio newsletter called “Antique Radio Topics”. This contained lots of news, data etc from the early 1970 when antique radio was a new collectible. Here is a pack of about 20 pieces of that early paper dating from the early 1970’s and 1980’s. $12pp.

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