This 4-valve receiver also known as the “Troubadour” was first introduced in 1957. The radio was able to switch and tune on the Long and Medium wavebands. The internal feritte rod aerial and large tuning knob provided for easy station selection.

On the cabinet back sockets were provided for the connection of an external antenna and an extension loudspeaker.

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The retail-selling price was £9.9s.6d plus purchase tax. The average working wage in 1957 was £7.9s.4d for a 47-hour week.
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