You are bidding on a great U.S. Army Signal Corps voltohmmeter I-166, serial 2150, Order no. 27613-PH-44-52. Made by Simpson Electric Co. Chicago, Ill. Patent no. on meter is for 1936. Excellent cosmetic condition, untested. Two sets of probes, but one aligator clip is missing (easy replacement). All the probe wires should be replaced as they are too brittle to use - display- OK. Needle moves freely, centers on about zero. Original canvas strap. heavy. 6x7x5.5. We try to describe everything accurately to ensure you are getting what you want. However, we are not experts on most of what we sell. Tfore, ask questions before you bid. USE THE SHIPPING CALCULATOR BELOW ON THIS PAGE. DO NOT BID IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THE SHIPPING. Bidders ask us all the time why shipping is so expensive. IT'S NOT OUR FAULT. We just put the weight and size in and eBay does the calc. We add a very small fee (because high shipping costs discourage buyers) to cover shipping material, but the real money goes to USPS or UPS. If eBay's calc is unreasonably wrong on the high side, we do refunds. If they are low, we eat the overage. Large heavy objects cost a lot to ship - period. If you would like it shipped some other way than what we show, we will accomodate all reasonable requests. Write us before or after the auction ends. Insurance is recommended on breakable items. Payment MUST be received within 10 days of auction close. PLEASE DO NOT BID IF YOU DO NOT INTEND TO PAY. We ship everything (unless very light or very heavy) by USPS Priority Mail only and all books by USPS Media Mail. All shipping is with USPS Delivery Confirmation. We DO combine shipping on multiple purchases - contact us at auction end. We DO NOT use shipping to make money. We DO pack very well as we want your item to arrive exactly as pictured. We ship within 2 business days AFTER the day payment arrives. We will leave positive feedback after you have left positive feedback for us. Good luck!
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