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Two-valve battery receiver
In brown Bakelite cabinet with Bakelite knobs. For medium and long wave reception. The moulded cabinet was made by Birkbys Ltd., Liversedge, Yorkshire. This particular form of Bakelite was called "Elo".
The left knob operates the wave length switch; the knob in the middle is used for tuning (fine tuning with the centre knob). The right knob is used for reaction control.
The receiver has a detector tube with reaction and an LF tube.
There is a row of 12 binding posts at the rear for the different voltages, antenna and earth. (from left to right: output-, output+, HT2+, HT1+, HT-, GB-, GB+, LT+, LT-, E, AE2, AE1).
Data Valves  
Serial number: C4904
Dimensions (whd): 24 18 20 cm
Made in: 1929
Purchased in: 2012
Sold in: 2022
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Circuit

What was broadcast in 1929?

 

Listen to "Looking at You" by Jack Paine and his Orchestra, recorded on March 22, 1929

Back of the set
With back panel removed

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