Huge selection of new old stock very colourful dog bone shaped resistors, also known as body, tip, spot resistors because of the primitive way the colour coding is done. There are also vintage tubular shaped carbon composition resistors, silver mica, ceramic & wound foil capacitors + some coils. These very visual types of components would be ideal for accurately dressing a radio or electronics workshop scene from the 1930s onwards. They will cover many different eras. So the dog bone resitors would be good for 1930s-1940s. The white ceramic bodied Erie resistors would cover the 1950s-1960s. All of these components are completely unused - never been soldered. They just need the leads straightening to genuinely look like new. This doesn't however mean they'd still be usable as the design & materials used are very inferior to those of modern components. The only components here that I'd trust to be within measured specification of their intended values are the silver mica & ceramic capacitors. Everything else is likely to have internally aged badly & drifted far from their original values.
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