Radio tag

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Siegfried Wilhelm
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Radio tag

Post by Siegfried Wilhelm » 20 Jun 2002 20:22

I am looking for information (and would ultimatly like to aquire--but that's for a different forum) about the tag that was issued along with the radio reciever permit issued by the post office. It was to be affixed to or near, the tuning knob and informed the listener which channels he was not to listen to (ridiculous or what?). I have a couple of the permits and a nice original Volksender and it sure would be nice to have one of the tags. But, I really don't know much about what they were like and have never seen one. The closest I have come is getting an arrest warrant for a woman who was caught listening to BBC--for the second time! And only was fined. So much for the death penalty...or maybe she was well connected.
Anyway where was her tag? Anyone know anything about these tags? Anyone seen one? Anyone HAVE one?

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