THE TRANSISTOR MUSEUM™

MUSEUM STORE  

 

 

HISTORY OF

CRYSTAL DIODES

VOLUME 1

 

Shown at left is a photo of the booklet, opened to the rear section, which contains the storage sheets for the three diodes in display envelopes and the six additional display envelopes provided to assist you in building your own historic diode collection.

Shown above is a photo of the two types of display envelopes you’ll receive.  The lower envelope contains one of the three historic diodes (the 1N81 is shown) and the upper envelope is one of six empty display envelopes provided for your own use with future research material.  All nine display envelopes can be stored securely in the rear section of the binder.

Your historic diodes, photos, descriptive text and storage envelopes are contained in the expandable three-ring report binder as shown above.  The display envelopes are securely stored in plastic sheet holders at the rear section of the booklet.  Archival quality sheet protectors are used for storage of all pages.  For size comparison, three display envelopes for your historic diodes are shown above, next to the completed Volume 1 binder.   

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