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Alex Eisenhut:
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/2SA1216-2SC2922-Original-SANKEN-Transistor-x-10-PCS/131204930572?hash=item1e8c6c5c0c:g:hrwAAOxy~dNQ-51f

 :-DD

15 sold!?

Brumby:
Well, the listing has been running for at least 3 years....    :D

The product photo is a real eye-catcher, that's for sure.

jmelson:

--- Quote from: Alex Eisenhut on April 19, 2018, 12:43:49 am ---https://www.ebay.ca/itm/2SA1216-2SC2922-Original-SANKEN-Transistor-x-10-PCS/131204930572?hash=item1e8c6c5c0c:g:hrwAAOxy~dNQ-51f

 :-DD

15 sold!?

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New, never used!  (Ah, never used must include the case of being ABused.)  Not only is part of the case BLOWN off, but it seems to only have 2 leads left.

Jon

Jon

Neomys Sapiens:
I would insist on getting a pack with identically damaged specimen.

jmelson:
Still, my favorite is an eBay listing for two USED oil-paper capacitors like were used in tube circuitry in the 1960's for $150 starting bid.  The big "selling point" was "Les Paul", so maybe they were from a guitar amp.  They had about 1/4" leads left on them, these were the black molded plastic "bumble bee" caps that were fairly notorious for going bad.  I can't imagine that somebody actually bought them.

I have this listing on my wall at work.

I do still see somebody selling a partial reel of 1206 resistors on eBay for $250+, wonder when they might get a clue as to the real value of such parts.

Jon

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