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<p>Original 1943 electrical trade vintage ad for <b><span style="font-size: 14px;">WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CORPORATION.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located at 597 Frelinghuysen Avenue, Newark, NJ.</p><p> Manufacturers of Electrical Measuring Instruments.&nbsp; The Standards are Weston.</p><p>Weston pioneered fundamental electrical measurement, as well as the special measurement needs of radio, so Weston has provided simple, precise instruments and devices for the problems encountered in electronics research, production and control.</p><p>Products include Panel Meters for Electronic applications, Electronic Circuit Testers, Ultra-Sensitive Laboratory Portables, Photronic (photo-electric) Cells, Electronic Tube Testers and Sensitive Relays are featured.</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 era. A fabulous addition to your retro electrical library.<br></p>
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