NOS Vacuum tubes

Arrived big box for recycling and I found big stock of NOS (New Old Stock) radio vacuum tubes. It is the set for repairing some scientific devices. Now these tubes are used in cool hifi audio amplifiers. According to documents, the lamps arrived to USSR in 1977. Most of the lamps are manufactured in 1966. Made in Japan.

NOS tube stock

Here is the list of the lamps:
(model, manufacturer, quantity)

With boxes:
T66G, Toshiba, 10
12AX7, Matsushita, 30
6CA7, Matsushita, 6
12AF6, Ten, 6
6AL5, Toshiba, 19
12BH7, Toshiba, 10
GRA3, Toshiba, 4
5AR4, Matsushita, 9
6AN8, Matsushita, 9
VR150,, 4
5651,, 3
6N015, Apollo,5
CD25,Rodan,5
6V6GT,Toshiba,5
6BQ5, Matsushita,4
6V6,Ten,4
6DJ8,Matsushita,4
6AU6,Ten,5
12AU7,Ten,3
6X4,Ten,1
12AU6,Nec,2
12AT7,Nec,1
12AX7,Ten,4
6RA5,Nec,2
B-300G,Nec,1
ECF82,Tesla,2
12BH7A,Ten,9

Without boxes:
12AX7, Ten, 25
12AU7, Ten, 14
ECC83, Telefunken,1
Russian: 6N1P-E, 6N2P

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  2. Ričardas says:

    Amasing. I’m a frequent reader of http://www.hackaday.com, but this is awesome. I really like it! Å aunuolis!

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