|Paillard. Tomatic Record Changer. Operated 110 or 280 Volts AC, 40-60 cycles or Universal.|
Plays 10 records automatically. "Swiss Made" Thougout.
|Paillard. Swiss Made. It stands at the top of all. |
Available for AC, AC/DC and for AC/Battery (6 volt car battery)
with Magic eye and entracingly beautiful wooden cabinet.
|RAP 1939 ModelsEstablish New Records in Performance.RAP. Care-Free British Radio|
|Hear the Latest "Younf India" Records.|
The National Gramophone Record Manufacturing Co. LTD.
|HMV "High Q" Radios. 1940.|
|HMV 7-Valve "World Tourer" superhet Autoradiogram with fluid light tuning indicator.|
|"His Master's Voice" New 'New Q' British Radio. Price Rs. 285/-|
|Keep in touch with the world-with "His Mater's voice" British made World Tourer Radio. 1940|
|Lansing Shearer Horn Sound System. 1940.|
|A wartime ad Philips Amplifiers and Loudspeakers. 1941|
|12 for Rs. Six.|
REX Record Depot. 1939.
|HMV Model 6212A, 6-Valve A.C. Spread Band Receiver.|
Full Spread band Tuning on the 13, 16, 19, 25 and 31 Metre Bands.
|Bauer "Hi-Lo-Phonic" Cellular Speakers for high class theaters. 1939|
|Ad for film music recorded on Columbia Records. 1945.|
|HMV Auto-Radiogramophones Models 690 AC/DC and 692 A.C.|
|HMV gramophones Ad year 1940|
[with apologies to Arther Guiness LTD.]
Worth waiting for
Designed for discriminating people by British
Radio Engineers with two decades of Experience.