Czarivey, I have no knowledge of the model numbers mentioned by the OP, but any Brociner equipment probably dates from between the late 1940s and the late 1950s. It is probably not worth a great deal, but will be of some interest to collectors and enthusiasts of vintage tube equipment. As with any vintage equipment, its condition will greatly affect its value.
Victor Brociner was a distinguished figure in the early days of hifi. He was a co-founder of Avery Fisher's first company, Philharmonic Radio, and then founded and ran Brociner Electronics during the timeframe I mentioned, I believe in New York City. Subsequently he worked at University Loudspeakers, H. H. Scott, and Avid Corp., during their heydays.