The set is equipped with push-button tuning which was a popular feature of sets of the late 30's.
A most interesting addition to the set is the engraved label pinned to the front of the set. I bet Mr. Miller must have been well chuffed with the set - provided he never had to try and do any work on the typically over-complex Philips audio stage :-
|The set is covered by the Trader service sheet #397 which is for the Mullard MAS24.
|In very nice condition. Slightly faded patch on the top (if you get the light right) but otherwise excellent finish and with a super-clean chassis. There are signs of some restoration i that some of the wiring has been replaced, which is no big suprise as the wiring used in a lot of 30's Philips sets seem prone to crumbling inslation.
|BVWS March 2003 auction in Harpenden for £90.
Super-clean rust-free chassis.
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2nd March 2003