GEC first introduced this 5-valve receiver in 1950. Housed in a two-tone walnut veneered cabinet. It was able to tune the medium, long and short wavebands. Extension sockets at the rear were provided for a gram pick up, extension loudspeaker, and aerial and earth connections. An internal frame aerial is fitted for the reception of local stations. This receiver has undergone a complete restoration in our museum workshop and is now in full working order.

The retail-selling price was £18.3s.3d plus purchase tax.

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The average working wage in 1950 was £4.19s.7d for a 47hour week.
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