Eau-de-nil Champion "Venus" acrylic four-valve radio

Made:
1947

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Eau-de-nil Champion "Venus" acrylic four-valve radio, in the form of a globe supported on four twisted transparent acrylic arms and square base, made by the Champion Electric Corporation Ltd, 1947.

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Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1979-624/190
type:
radio
credit:
Jesse, J

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