Crystal set in the form of a book, made by Kenmac Radio Limited, Hammersmith, London, England, 1925-1930
Receivers using crystals to detect radio signals were cheap, and a variety of novelty examples like this one, in the form of a book, were produced.
- Radio Communication
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- ('crystal' set in box in the form of a book): paper, brass connectors, leather, possibly cardboard and possibly plastic on coil to cover metal wire
overall: 35 mm x 130 mm x 100 mm,
- radio receiver
- component - object