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#151540 - 02/26/03 12:42 AM Old Multi-Meter Found  
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While visiting friends in Miami, I came across this old multi-meter. The wiring schematic still in tact and the leads. The meter is dated 1935. Thought I would share this. Anyway of finding out what this may be worth?

Thanks Joe Goble
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#151541 - 02/26/03 01:08 AM Re: Old Multi-Meter Found  
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Well, Triplett is still around, so perhaps somebody there might be able to tell you.

These folks might also be able to give you an idea.

Let us know, please.

#151542 - 02/26/03 09:06 PM Re: Old Multi-Meter Found  
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Looks like maybe a hand truck was needed to move it around. Out on the plant floor, this probably turned some heads, but I’ll take my backlit DMM with shrouded banana jacks any day.

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