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Pye B16T television receiver
PYE B16T table-top television receiver, manufactured by Pye Limited, East Anglia, England, 1946-1948.
Marconiphone 706 television receiver
Marconiphone 5-inch tabletop combined television and radio receiver Model 706, 1938; incorporates 'Emiscope' picture-tube (1981-474).
Baird Townsman television receiver
Baird Townsman console television receiver, serial number T2925, with instruction manual, 1949
Alba TRG097AC Combined Radiogram Television Receiver
Alba TRG097AC combined radiogram and television receiver, 1951.
HMV model 1892 television receiver
HMV monochrome television receiver, Model 1892, manufactured about 1959. The set has a 13 channel tuner which also includes VHF radio. The cabinet is made from a single piece of veneered steamed plywood.
Murphy model A104 radio receiver, by Murphy Radio
Murphy model A104 radio receiver, by Murphy Radio Limited, Murphy Radio Limited, 1944-1948. Restored 1981. 5-valve domestic receiver of advanced flat baffle design and incorporating optically-projected scale for short wave band.
Optical balance level, after a type used in the 17th Century
Optical balance level, after a type used in the 17th Century, British, 1700-1799
Ekco TA201 television receiver
Ekco TA201 television receiver, 1939. 7" vision only.
control console for CDC 6600 super computer, 1968
Computing & Data Processing
Control Console for CDC 6600 Super Computer, made by Control Data Limited, United States, 1968
three mainframe bays from CDC 6600 super computer, 1968
Computing & Data Processing
Three mainframe bays (bays 1, 2 and 4) for CDC 6600 Super Computer made by Control Data Limited, United States, 1968
Col-R-Tel mechanical colour convertor
'Colortel' mechanical colour adaptor, to fit onto the front of the monochrome television set to convert NTSC-compatible monchrome set to colour using a field sequential disc. Made by Color Converter Inc. c. 1955. Part of the Donald Fleming Collection of North American television receivers. Accompanying converter chassis is missing.
Zogroscope. Pedestal viewer for small pictures, c. 1820. 14 x 20 cm mirror in pivoted frame with 10cm viewing bi-convex lens with telescopic column giving height varying from 34 to 50cm. With a wooden screw fitting. Fluted decoration on lower column and small amount of inlay. Lead weighted base.
HMV 900 Television Receiver
HMV 900 monochrome television receiver, dual standard 205/405 lines, with built-in four-band radio, 1937. Hinged lid on top with viewing mirror. Model Number 900, Serial Number 10092.
Bush Television Receiver Model TV11A
Bush monochrome tabletop television receiver Model TV11A, table model, Serial No 56/02695, manufactured by Bush Radio Ltd, 1949. Wooden version of TV12.
Philips T43-TU15 console television receiver
Philips T43-TU15 console television receiver, type 14370-15, serial no.M2752, manufactured about 1955.
Pye B18T 9" monchrome television, 1949
Pye B18T 9" monochrome television receiver, manufactured by Pye Ltd, 1948-1949. Serial Number 690235.
Cossor 1210 television receiver
Cossor 1210 15" monochrome television receiver, manufactured by A C Cossor Limited, 1938-1939, Serial No 38542.
Hallicrafters 505 televison receiver
Hallicrafters model 505 television receiver,1948. Missing its brown rubber screen bezel & safety 'glass' (Perspex) SEE HAZARD RECORD.
Plaque presented to replica Rocket at Steamexpo 1986
Miscellanea & Curiosities
Commemoration plaque, 'Presented to Rocket in appreciation for attendance at Steamexpo May 23 - June 1, 1986, Vancouver, B.C. Canada.' Overall: 35 mm x 306 mm x 227 mm.
Floor Standing Cabinet for StoringTaxiphote Slides
Floor standing cabinet for storing taxiphote stereo transparency slides, unknown manufacturer about 1920.
Cabinet stereoscope viewer, manufactured by unknown maker about 1910. Body walnut veneered with brass handles. Stereographs carried in wooden frame on endless canvass belts. Rack focusing eyepieces, with interocular separation (hinge detaching). Double lid with mirrors, hinged rear panel with mirrors for transparencies. Small lockable door on side for access to stereographs.
Pye Vision-only 5 inch television receiver
Pye vision-only 5 inch television receiver, model 817, by Pye Limited, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, 1938. Restored to working order in 1980.
Cabinet approx 253x510x280mm; walnut veneer with inlaid corners; rack focused eyepieces (hoods chipped); Fluted glass knobs for turning belt of stereograph holders (tape broken); Hinged lids, one with mirror; ground glass (cracked).
Stereo-graphoscope with large magnifying lens. Floor standing, on casters, ebonised wood with chased and inlaid decoration, ornamental handles. Unknown manufacturer, about 1900.
Floor Standing Cabinet Stereoscope Viewer
Floor standing cabinet stereoscope viewer with rack focused eyepiece, made by unknown manufacturer about 1910. Internal fabric belt with wire frames or stereographs.
Alldays and Onions box-type delivery tricycle, c. 1938, used by Scott's bakery of Portsmouth. Frame made to patent No. 3454 of 1909.