I BUY AND SELL and keep and use these kinds of old transistors. My sale prices are usually
quite a bit lower than the ebay sellers. Reason being..I dont advertise and I am a wee one
man shop up here in Elliot Lake, Ontario Canada. Basement shop. Bargain Basement prices
as a result. You can email me at this link..
earlinclayton@yahoo.com

MY LARGE WEB SITE HAS MORE ELECTRONICS AND COMPONENTS INFORMATION..CLICK
HERE to visit my home page.
I get parts in from
private sellers..usually
old timers who are
downsizing their
collection of parts.

I pay about 1/2 of what
the parts go for if they
were sold individually
say on a swap list or
something.

NOT ALL MY PARTS ARE
ON MY WEB PAGES \
(YET)..SO IF YOU DON'T
SEE IT LISTED..PLEASE
EMAIL ME AND I WILL
LOOK IT UP IN MY BOOK.
73 Earl VE3AB
I have 4 of these quality old stock JAN ..JOINT ARMY NAVY PARTS
2N1309. EBAY listings listes them as low leakage high gain and they
sell for around $10 for the vintage ones.

I will sell these 4 for $5 each and I will test them. As with all my items..
email me earlinclayton@yahoo.com and I can give you more specific
details and I can even try to take better more detailed pictures.

I HAVE A BRAND NEW COMPUTER NOW..and now..I need a new
better resolution camera!

please note: I am a collector of old electronics parts..older
semi conductors from before about 1990 vintage right back
into the 1960s.

I do work on old solid state radio gear as well.
I do work for other people by mail order (when it makes sense
to do so)..and I OFTEN..OFFER UP FREE ADVICE TO people
with older solid state gear.

I BUY STUFF AS WELL AND TRADE TOO!

ONLY ABOUT 1/3 TO 1/2 OF MY TRANSISTORS, ICS AND DIODES
AND SCRS ect are listed. IT is a huge job to do all the detailed
work and take pictures and research some of this old stuff.
SOME PARTS I have not yet identified. Perhaps they are
"house numbered parts".

Dont be afraid to email me! Iam retired civil servant and this
web page and the activities shown in the pages keep me busy
and out of mischief! Tnx Earl Andrews
Cross Reference charts are really good to have. I
actually wish I had kept many of the good charts that
were part of the NATO cataloguing system back in the
late 1980s. Many of these charts were "time proven"and
looked over many many times and were "tech
proven"and scrutinized closely.
The government threw them into the blue bins and we
were put into small computer cubicals and those old
books -- I should have taken home and as treasure. I
have some old charts here and I am building up a
collection now.
The internet resources are somewhat crowded with
commercialism and really dont seem to hit the nail on
the head when it comes to cross referencing the
electronic components. NTE cross reference is pretty
good most of the time but many parts are not listed.
Data sheet archive web site is OK but its not easy to
gather data for cross referencing. OF COURSE...THE
VENDORS do not wish you to cross reference. They
would rather you just go out and buy the item you need
rather than using a good substitute from a reliable cross
reference chart. -- I HAVE READ..and I agree... I RUE THE
DAY when I threw out the time tested charts and cross
reference lists in favour of a computerized and web
based system.
Stick with me folks..this month July 2012..I have
bought a much better brand new computer!
NOW..I am getting some money gathered up to
buy a higher resolution digital camera. My
Canon A720 IS has been a good camera 8 Mega-
Pixels..but I want to buy a 14 MP or better for
taking pictures of my parts!