OK I have a nice pile of very old caps from 1968 all are new old stock I have no clue what they are, does anyone know???

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Those are mica capacitors.
 
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This brings back memories. I have some of those very same brand capacitors from decades ago when my grandfather had a radio and TV repair business.
 
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460µF 2% and a temperature range of -100° to +100° C, just the sort of thing for military tube equipment of the era.

Okay, I’ll be the first: that top picture looked like a miniature Hershey bar ;)
 
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