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    Posted 3 months ago

    spaceman2
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    I haven't seen one like this in all my Ham Radio days. Might be for a small audio recorder.
    The color reminds me of the Collins Ham radio company. Im sure its not them. They would the letter C.

    I was just thinking maybe its a Magnavox.

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      My dad was a Collins expert and I can tell you that is not a Collins. Dad repaired Ham Radios for people all over the US and around the world. His station was all Collins...

      That is a Voice of Music Bullet Microphone, probably 1960s era?

      Here's a shot of part of dad's parts bins..

      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/293195-hy-gain-antenna-advertisement-give-away
    2. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Dad repaired radios as a hobby, but people started calling him Collins West..lol

      Here's an example like yours..

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Voice-of-Music-VM-vintage-bullet-microphone-1960s-harmonica-for-parts-repair/294039959928?hash=item447625b978:g:7NAAAOSwTEZcHcuN
    3. spaceman2, 3 months ago
      Your Dad had a cool shop. I use to have Drake radios R-4B and T-4xb station and L-4B. Got my ticket in 1970 while in high school and still use ham radio today.
    4. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Thanks..dad taught electronics at vocational College in late 60- to early 70s while retiring from the Air Force, then went on to retire from boeing.

      I've been dragging stuff to the Ham radio &electronics swap meet for 13+ years and still have a bunch left to go. As Hams get older, their estates are released and prices have dropped. That and the fact, young people don't want to work on anything.

      Still have a pile of Collins manuals, original shipping boxes(with hang tags, etc), Collins books and a whole sheet of new dial covers and some misc parts.

      Here's a few more Ham related items I posted..


      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/293603-tedeco-a-c-colt-meter-in-art-deco-cabine

      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/293371-archies-ham-radio-adventures-comic-book

      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/292973-ham-radio-fcc-license-poster
    5. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Dad also taught technician and advanced license classes, electronics, crystal trouble shooting, digital fundamentals and a few more classes in our basement for local hams.

      He was also the FCC interference rep for the area. W7BUN

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