Museum of early consumer electronics and 1st achievements
Elftone Envoy transistor radio.
This is an early Japanese transistor radio. Owned from new. Inside the large case is a small
radio PCB. Mostly the case contains empty space. LW/MW Battery Mains. Purchaced in the 70s.
Always kept the box for everything!
1958. Murphy radio A484.
Manufactured by Murphy Radio Ltd. Welwin Garden City UK. Contains 8 valves. Super Heterodyne, long wave,
short wave and FM, 2 loudspeakers. Table-top model. Fully working. bOriginal Price in 1958 £39.00
1946. The Bakelite Bush DAC90valve radio.
Released July 1946. LW and MW wavebands. 5 Valves. Original cost £11 11s (about £11.55).
1950. The Bakelite KB Toaster valve radio
Looked like a toaser. KB Toaster radio. Released 1950. 5 valves. LW and MW wavebands.
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PYE Radio Model P224
An old floor standing radio.
PHILIPS CONSOLE RADIO MODEL 790A Circa 1936
Practical Wireless magazine. August 1969.
Featuring a 3 band portable radio.
Adverts from the BBC Hand Book 1929.
From the BBC Hand Book 1929
. There was no television in 1929 and the even the number of radio stations was limited.
One company quotes "Why we guarantee 20 stations"
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