Valve radio

Made:
c.1935 in Hollinwood
maker:
Ferranti Limited

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Lancastria Reflex four-valve superheterodyne radio receiver, made by Ferranti Ltd, Hollinwood, c.1935. The cabinet is plywood decorated with quilted maple, figured walnut and Macassar ebony veneers, applied so as to create a geometric Art Deco-influenced design. The tuning scale is simulated mother-of-pearl with a chromium-plated surround.

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Details

Category:
Radio Communication
Object Number:
Y1996.10.936
Materials:
walnut (wood) and wood veneer (plywood)
type:
valve radio
credit:
Gift of Ferranti International Signal plc

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