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Hewlett-Packard Company 1943 vintage electrical ad audio oscillator

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<p>Original 1943 electrical trade vintage ad for<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">&nbsp;HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located in Palo Alto, CA.</p><p> Manufacturers of Electrical Test Equipment. </p><p>Products include: Resistance-tuned Audio Oscillator - Model 200C shown.&nbsp;</p><p>Just three dials on this audio oscillator: range selector, output voltage control and the main frequency dial. This simplicity of design makes for utmost speed in operation and yet there is no sacrifice in accuracy.&nbsp; Of outstanding importance is the fact that no zero setting is required even during the first few minutes of operation.&nbsp;</p><p> Has product images, descriptions, applications and specifications provide extensive product details. </p><p>Unbound from a 1943 electrical engineering magazine, this unique old one-page advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics.&nbsp;World War 2 propaganda. A fabulous addition to your retro electrical library.<br></p>
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