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  1. As I remember as a high school student in the late 1940s there was a war surplus mail order store in Philadelphia by the name of Herbach and Rademan. They would publish a flyer monthly or so with a variety of surplus electronics. One of the items was the Norden bomb sight for the price of ~$12.95 or so plus 4th class postage which from Philadelphia might have been $2. As a poor farm boy, I did not have enough cash to buy even one. Much of the surplus that my brothers and I bought deteroprated in the weather as we had little storage for non essentials. One of the more valuable items, a back pac
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