I think your goal is entirely off base. It is akin to saying that you bought a box of a dozen old car and appliance parts, and now you want to use these mixed parts to make a brand farm tractor. Your idea is “backwards”.
I have a bunch, lots, of old vacuum tubes, but I use them to fix my collection of old, existing, radios, tvs, and record players.
It would never enter my head to grab a random box of tube and try to make something from them. Each tube does a different thing. You cant interchange tubes. The odds that you could grab a random group of tubes that just happen to be the exact mix of what is needed to make a radio, tv, or whatever, is very remote.
Besides, did you even test these tubes? Do they work according to specs? Do you have a vacuum tube tester?
What you should do with them, is sell or give them to somebody who fixes antique televisions and radios so they actually get used productively.