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Conn. Museum Plans Second Sale

Conn. Museum Plans Second Sale

How often does a radio museum hold a tag sale?
If you missed the recent event at the Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut, you do have another shot; the organization will offer more items from its collections for sale on Sept. 11, as part of its Summer Swap Meet.
Items include hundreds of radios from the 1920-70 period, as well as ham gear, radio history books and repair parts.
“In June we sold over $8,500 worth of equipment during our first tag sale,” President John Ellsworth stated. “While that was fantastic, there were portions of our collection that had not even been sorted.”
The museum also has tens of thousands of records “and other stuff too,” according to the museum’s Chris Watts.
The money raised will go toward furthering the mission of the museum.
The event takes place 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sept. 11 in Windsor, Conn. For information visit