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Hi folks. A member of another watch forum is selling 2 large books of ESA worksheets dating roughly from 1980 to 1990 - some quartz, some electric/electronic and some auto - which I've agreed to buy. He lives in Brighton so I'm going to meet up with him next week and do the deal. I'm proposing to make them available on this forum for download.

 

My first project, when I've received them and checked them, will be to list them and post the list here, prior to any conversion to PDF. Should any member need a particular sheet, I'll be happy to create a PDF of it and upload it here. Eventually it would be good to get each worksheet uploaded, but I can't say when that might be until I've got a better idea of quantity, etc.

 

I hope this will be a useful resource for the forum.

 

Cheers,

 

Will

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