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    Any info or date would be really helpfull
    Many thanks
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    All I can tell you is it is not WW2 in date. Sorry I don't know more than that.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    what would it say if it was ww2?

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    Wartime radio sets were, genrally speaking, much larger in size than the item you show. Usually wartime sets are marked "SCR" meaning "Signal Corps Radio" followed by a number.

    Have you done a search on the numbers on the case?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    See here for some wartime sets:

    U.S. Army Signal Museum, Fort Gordon, Ga

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    It is not WW2:

    AN/PRC 8- 9- 10 (USA, Esp, French)

    Radio set AN/PRC-10, frequency range 38.0 to 54.9 MHz, Super-Heterodyne FM Receiver / Transmitter is a Man-Pack or Vehicular fixed station operation, one Watt transmitter Output. Uses 16 miniature wire ended tubes. Power requirements 1.5V, 6V, 67.5V, 135V powered by BA-279 battery.
    The AN/PRC-10 is part of a family of radios AN/PRC-8, AN/PRC-9, and AN/PRC-10 which were used as a squad radio by US Army in Korea and Vietnam Wars and by many NATO countries. Made in USA in 1950's and 60's, each radio had a different frequency range.

    IK5ZTT's SURPLUS in the middle of the site.

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    Quote by HVK View Post
    It is not WW2:

    AN/PRC 8- 9- 10 (USA, Esp, French)

    Radio set AN/PRC-10, frequency range 38.0 to 54.9 MHz, Super-Heterodyne FM Receiver / Transmitter is a Man-Pack or Vehicular fixed station operation, one Watt transmitter Output. Uses 16 miniature wire ended tubes. Power requirements 1.5V, 6V, 67.5V, 135V powered by BA-279 battery.
    The AN/PRC-10 is part of a family of radios AN/PRC-8, AN/PRC-9, and AN/PRC-10 which were used as a squad radio by US Army in Korea and Vietnam Wars and by many NATO countries. Made in USA in 1950's and 60's, each radio had a different frequency range.

    IK5ZTT's SURPLUS in the middle of the site.

    Thank you very much

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    Looks alot like the clansman sets we used in BAOR in the early 80s

    Regards

    Robin

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    Hi robin,
    I was thinking the same thing, great lumpy things i think they were used in the F.F.R,s also.
    dave.

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