I came across what structurally looks to be a typical 1960's RCA 7025 tube. Short grey plates, flat micas parallel to the plates with teeth on only the sides, halo getter w/ tall post, etc. What throws me for a loop is it is engraved with the typical GE font 7025 instead of the typical RCA octagon. There is a tiny bit of orange ink detectable which also suggests RCA labeling of the era (thin line). Has anybody ever seen one of these? I cant remember where I got it which suggests it came in an amp I purchased. I have seen plenty of US tubes relabeled by "competitors", but never with the engraving and especially not with the tube inked with original maker. Did GE ever make the typical RCA 7025 style tube construction? This is one of the strangest in a realm of strangeness lol. I apologize for not having a pic uploaded yet, I emailed it from a camera and it hasn't arrived yet for some reason.