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 Time to get some work done here
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 20:43 on 9 August 2004.
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 Location: Greenwich, NSW
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Exactly 10 months later and without fulfilling my original desire to place some new photos on this site, largely due to work commitments of late, I have now decided that I am going to completely rebuild this site and make it bigger and better. Watch this space over the next week or so, I am sure you will find the change quite satisfying.

While I am here, I often receive email from people who visit here to either seek information or simply to talk about a radio they own, etc. I am always interested in emails of this sort and I do reply to them so by all means, keep them coming.

If you have a radio that you are not interested in keeping but would like to see it go to a good home with a caring owner I may be able to help. I am interested in most radios (mantle or console) from the 1920's or 1930's made of wood or bakelite. Please send me an email using the form on this website quoting the brand of receiver, style of tuning dial, cabinet material, number of valves and the serial number (including the suffix letter) on the licence decal located on the back of the chassis. If you would like to sell it rather than give it away I may still be interested so don't forget to also quote your reasonable rock-bottom (hint, hint, smile) price. I'll then send you an email address to send a picture of the receiver to. I can't quote an email address on this site because web spam bots scan sites for them and then send those dirty emails about penis enlargments, etc - yuck.


A valve a day keeps the transistor away...

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