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Old 04-26-2016, 05:57 PM
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FS: Good 19VP22

I'm slowly muddling my way through the sets and parts left to me by my Uncles Lawrence 'Neil' Moyer and Harry 'Skip' Moyer. I found within Neil's collection a good testing 19VP22. Come get it in Detroit, Michigan. Asking $2,200 OBO. Will PM pictures upon request.
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I bets I knows who's gonna buy this
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Saw this thread title and immediately thought "paging Bob Galanter! Bob the CRT you need is for sale."
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Well that was the fastest sale I've ever had on VK, assuming of course I don't get a rubber cheque. The tube is headed to a collector in Ontario where it will reside in a CBS set. Thank you to those who expressed interest.

For those curious, and those who want hard datapoints on tube value, the tube sold for $1900.

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Old 04-26-2016, 11:56 PM
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Congrats Ben! Glad it's going into a very rare set. The 19V that Folsom got, from California also went in to a CBS 19" set.

The rebuildable 19V I have only cost me $150, and in time I am confident that it will be rebuilt and operational once again. If you watch the Hawkeye Picture Tube documentary that I produced, you will see a segment where I filmed Scotty rebuiding another 19V for John Folsom. Rebuilding a 19V is no different than rebuilding any 21" round color crt with a delta gun. On the other hand, the rebuild of a 15G is equivalent to performing miracle.

Good to know that when my $150 19V is rebuilt it will be worth upwards of $2K.

Oh and lest I should forget, there is a guy in Germany set up to rebuild tubes now. Looks like he has some nice industrial quality rebuilding equipment. http://bildroehren.de/

Unfortunately I do not understand German so all I can go by is the photos.
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It's not perfect but Google can translate the Site

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He seems to be using a heat gun to do the welding?
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Old 04-27-2016, 01:52 AM
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He seems to be using a heat gun to do the welding?
The heat gun is most likely for annealing the glass to re-leave the stresses after fusing a new section of neck glass on the crt so as to prevent glass fracturing. And if you look closely you can see the gas welding jet in the photo.
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