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The National Museum of Computing (www.tnmoc.org) on Bletchley Park will be holding its first-ever ElectroJumble on Sunday 21 April 2019.
Over the years, the museum has accumulated many pieces of electronic apparatus and components that do not fit with the museum's collection policy and are taking up valuable storage space. Items for sale will include test equipment, military items, domestic radios, telecommunication equipment and vintage components. We are mainly disposing of items that are not computer-related (ie do not match the museum's Collection Policy). The one possible exception is PCs - we will probably dispose of some WindowsXP-era PCs which were at one time in use for admin purposes around the museum (and not part of the Collection).
Entry to the ElectroJumble is free and, if you spend £10.00 per person, you will qualify for free entry to the computer museum. Light refreshments will be available.
Conditions of sale: The ElectroJumble items have been in storage for many years and will be sold ‘as seen’. They have not been tested and will have no guarantee. Therefore, it is essential that they are checked over by a qualified person before they are powered up.
Directions to The National Museum of Computing: http://www.tnmoc.org/visit/getting-here On arrival at Bletchley Park, ask for The National Museum of Computing at the barrier. Go past the entrance to the Bletchley Park Trust Visitor Centre, turn left and go up the hill and over the small roundabout where you will find a car park in front of Block H, the home of The National Museum of Computing. There is no need to pay any entrance fee to visit the ElectroJumble.
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