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More information on HMV pre-1945 sets

 

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900 (1936)  

12 inch. Original price 80 Gns.

Guarantee Card.

 

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901 (1936)  

12 inch. Original Price 60 Gns.

Courtesy of David Boynes

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902 (1937) 

9 inch. Original price 120 Gns.

 

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903  (1937) 

9 inch. Original price 45 Gns.

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904 (1938) 

5 inch. Original price 29 Gns.

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905 (1938) 

7 inch. Original price 35 Gns.  

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907 (1938) 

9 inch. Original price 45 Gns.

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1800 (1939)

9 inch. Original price 31 Gns.

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1801 (1939)

Courtesy of Jon Evans

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1802 (1939) 14 inch. Original price 46 Pounds.

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1850 (1939) 

14 inch. Original price 57 Gns.

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HMV Eyeglass TV

This company has built a curious apparatus called "the television eyeglass". It weighs less than 100g, and can be easily held in the hand, like a telephone receiver. The sound is perceived by the earphone which is applied against the ear and the 4 cm x 3 cm picture is visible via a 45 degree mirror.

Picture and text courtesy of Jerome Halphen

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