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I went to go look at a pair of Klipschorn's the one label was K-B-MR, 2C0670 I assume the other was 2C0671 (he is stating 2C0680) but I could not get behind it very well to look.  They are 1964's according to the decoder ring that the previous owner updated to AK-3 functionality at some point in their life.  Just wondering about the timeline and original location of this pair.  Thanks in advance Jim.

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"C" indicates 1965.  However, there are too many digits in 2C0670.  2C067 makes sense, and was paired with 2C068.  We do not have the shipping logbook for 1965, so I cannot speak to original location, driver compliment, or final wood finish.

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16 hours ago, JRH said:

"C" indicates 1965.  However, there are too many digits in 2C0670.  2C067 makes sense, and was paired with 2C068.  We do not have the shipping logbook for 1965, so I cannot speak to original location, driver compliment, or final wood finish.

 

Jim, I thought it had too many digits as well but here it is.  Thanks Andy but I knew that part of it.

 

Klipschorn Label.jpg

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Looks like Portus added a zero by mistake!

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Well that is interesting so the other speaker is 2C068 then.

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