Virtual Radio Museum Site Map

 Reception  
 Entrance  
 The Collection The Proprietor 
 Vintage Radios  
   Battery
   Cossor
   HMV
   Pye
   Murphy
   Roberts
   Ever Ready
   Bush
   European
   Wood cased
   Bakelite
   Miscellaneous
   American
   Less common types
  Stylish sets from the 30s 

 More Old Radios
 
   Ediswan 1923 Crystal set
   Kolster Brandes Toaster
   Cossor CR4212A
   Kolster Brandes KB381
   Pye T19D
   Ekco A23
   Thorn 627U
   Kolster Brandes Masterpiece
 Not really radios  
   Field telephones
   Odds and ends
   Extension speakers etc
   Weird stuff
   Electronic bits
   Old radio parts
   Military paraphernalia
 A bit out of the ordinary  
   Ancient mains radio
   Rolls portable
   Philips 2514
   Solas survival radio
   ARR3
   Hallicrafters HT37
   Post war kit receiver
   HRO transceiver
   Old battery receivers
 

Lotus AC Bandpass 3 

 Communications receivers  
   R206
   Sky Champion
   HRO
   R210
   Eddystone 870A
   Wireless set No.19
   Hallicrafters S21
   R4187
   Realistic DX390
   Veritone CR150
   Philips D2935
   Racal RA17
   RCA AR88
   Hammarlund HQ170
   BC348
   R1155
 Test gear  
   Test meters
   More test meters
   Even more meters
   Just meters
   Really old meters
   Commercial testers
   Stuff I use most days
   Laboratory testers
 TV & radiograms  
 Wind-up gramophones Decca gramophone 
 Interesting valves  
   Wartime radar
   Wartime radio transmitters
   Miscellaneous varieties
  More miscellaneous types 
  Tiny Valves 
Old Radio Components   
 

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 Old radio parts-page 2
 

 Old radio parts-page 3
 

 Old radio parts-page 4
 

 Early domestic mains parts

 True stories
 
 Implausible stories  
 Histories  
   The earliest days of radio
   Short history of metal rectifiers
 Potted histories  
   Cossor
   Bush
   HMV
   Ekco
   Roberts
 Customer's repairs  
 Computer repairs  
 Grumbles  
 How old?  
 Restoring tips  
 Really useful information  
   Radio & TV Servicing Index
   IFs for old receivers
   IFs for Comms Receivers
   Valve line ups for receivers
   Safety aspects
 WWI communications  
 In days of old  Early Wireless Advertisements
   Electric light
   Nostalgia
   Early radio
   The cost of listening in
  Crystals 

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