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VIDOR 'MY LADY MARGARET' BATTERY PORTABLE WIRELESS, 1954

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VIDOR 'MY LADY MARGARET' BATTERY PORTABLE WIRELESS, 1954

In June 1954 this cost 9-2s-10d PT Extra. Battery only version of Accession No1034.The 'My Lady Anne' portable.

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  • I grew up in the 1950's. As a family we took our "portable" as we called it, on every family picnic and fishing trip. I remember listening to "Sing Something Simple" on the BBC every Sunday early evening as my mother made sandwiches by the River Trent. We ate home grown tomatoes and ate Smiths crisps after shaking the little blue twist of salt contained in every packet while my dad stoked up his primus stove to boil the kettle.

    .......... Charles Fleming, Derby, Derbyshire United Kingdom, 3rd of March 2013

  • I purchased one of these radios about three months ago it was a bit grubby but I gave a good clean it now looks immaculate and works perfectly I made a battery pack consisting of 10 pp3 batteries for the HT supply 90v and a 1.5 D size for the LT I am now 67 years old and this takes me back to when I was a teenager my wife could not believe when she heard it so it is long live the fifties
    .......... Mr Alan Thomas, Willenhall West Midlands England United Kingdom, 29th of April 2010

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