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March 9th The Wireless World Article

RF Cafe - March 9th 1932 Wireless World CoverThese articles are scanned and OCRed from old editions of The Wireless World magazine.

This advertisement for transformers, coils, chokes, and rotary converters from William Bayliss Ltd., on Sheepcoat Street in Birmingham, England, appeared in the March 9, 1932 edition of The Wireless World. For those not familiar with it, The Wireless World was the UK's premier electronics magazine of the day. I only have this one edition, but will work on getting more soon.

See all the available The Wireless World articles.

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Bayliss Transformers Advertisement in Marth 9, 1932 The Wireless World - RF Cafe

 

 

Posted July 1, 2012
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