|NOTES||A typical boxy wooden radio of the late 1950's. Probably one of H.M.V.'s better efforts of the period, compared to the flimsey model 1372 and the uninspiring design od the model 1373. The same basic chassis is used in the Marconiphone T69DA but with a slight difference in the mechanics of the VHF tuner.|
|There was a copy of the service data on CD#1.|
|But for a couple of scratches on the top, in truely wonderful condition.
The speaker cloth looks like the set has only just been taken out of its
Now sold to someone who was paricularly after one of these sets, complete with a second spares set that was £2 from a Radiophile auction.
|£20 of mate Richard as part of a job lot. Despite the condition,
I'm not sure that its true value is that high, but I bought it at the same
time as the wonderful Belmont 746
for only a tenner, so I'm more than happy.
Sold to a luck punter at the BVWS's December 2002 Wotton Bassett bash.
Wot no valves ?
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11th January 2003