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Bought this slide viewer through the summer at a yard sale for a couple bucks, just now getting around to checking it out and WHOA,when i popped it open to check for batteries i was sorta shocked!! They are as old as i and no leakage,,, wish i could say that for myself!!
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People actually collect those, mostly radio collectors. Those are in much better condition than I usually see. Nice that they are dated too.
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That's very cool, yes people collect those. I have some but not that old.