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- McMichael Radio Ltd., 190 Strand, London W.C.2 (1952)

1936 - 1939

DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
~1938 800T¹ C
Mirror
12"
Ediswan
(Probably 12H)
28   Shown at the 1938 Radiolympia. £63-0-0

1946 - 1949

Picture of combined TV and radiogram [8K] Model 909 in bookcase-style cabinet [4K]
The "Radiovision"
(McMichael's 1st Post-war TV)
912 909 (and 12"
version model 129)
DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
<=Nov48 "Radiovision" C 12" Mazda
CRM121
    Inc. 4-band Radio. First McMichael post-war set. Shown at the 1947 Radiolympia.
£226-11-0 £185-0-0
£41-11-0
~Oct49 909 Bookshelf 9"
MW22/14C
19 1ch
London
or
Birmingham
 
£69-16-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
~Oct49 912 T + Legs 12"
MW31/14C
20 3-station preset radio.
£91-16-11 £x-x-x
£x-x-x

1950 - 1953

Model 512 [5K] Picture of model 512R [4K] Picture of model C52R [6K]
512 512R TM51 C52R
DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
  129   12"
MW31/14C
    Chassis and appearance as per earlier model 909 but with 12" CRT  
~Apr51 TM51 T 12" Mullard
MW31/16
13
or
14
5ch
S/Het
Socket provided for connection of an aerial pre-amplifier costing £4-2-0.
£66-3-0 £54-0-4
£12-2-8
  512   12"
MW31/18
13 5ch
S/Het
   
<=Apr52 512R T + Legs 12" 14+5   Inc. 2-band radio utilising their model 851U radio chassis.
£109-6-11 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
<Sep52 TM52   12"
MW31/16
or
MW31/74
15 5ch S/Het The C52R includes a radio. The C52 could be retro-fitted with a radio (£12 12s).  
C52 C+D
£84-0-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
C52R 15+5 £93 9s

1954 - 1955

Picture of table model TM317 [7K]
TM317
DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
53/54 TM53 T 14"
MW36/24
22
(+4 where
radio is
fitted)
5ch
S/Het
   
C53 C    
CR53 Incl. radio chassis from their model 113.  
TM317 T 17"
MW43/64
   
C317 C    
CR317 Incl. radio chassis from their model 113.  
Sep54 TM54A T 14"
Mullard
MW36-24
17
(+4 where
radio is
fitted )
12ch  
£x-x-x £51-16-9
£x-x-x
Sep54 TM54B T 5ch 12ch tuner could be retrofitted.
£x-x-x £47-2-6
£x-x-x
Oct54 C54A C 12ch  
£x-x-x £62-0-11
£x-x-x
Oct54 CR54A C Inc. 3-band radio chassis from their model 114.
£x-x-x £70-13-8
£x-x-x
Sep54 TM417A T 17"
MW43-64
 
£x-x-x £53-18-1
£x-x-x
Oct54 C417A C  
£x-x-x £76-19-5
£x-x-x
Oct54 CR417A C Inc. 3-band radio chassis from their model 114.
£x-x-x £85-12-2
£x-x-x

1956 - 1959

July 1956 : Radio and Allied Industries acquire 90% interest in McMichael.

MP14 Transportable [6K] Picture of M72T [5K] Picture of M23 [6K]
MP14 M71T M72T M23
DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
57/58 M21T T 21"
MW53-80
16 13ch    
M21TLC C+D    
~Apr57 MP14
"Venturer"
Trans 14" MW36-20
or MW36-21
14 13ch Optional Band I/III 48-inch telescopic aerial £0-10-6 extra.
£54-12-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
1957? MP14DL    
1958? M22T T 21" 16 13ch Also available with a matching stand costing £2-10-3
£82-19-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
1958? M71T 17"
£66-3-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
Apr58 MP17 Trans 17"
AW43-80
14 13ch VHF radio
£x-x-x £49-7-0
£x-x-x
M72T T VHF radio, optional stand (£2 14s)
£72-9-0? £51-11-11
£x-x-x
Aug58 M72HFC C VHF radio
£x-x-x £59-1-5
£x-x-x
1959? MP19
"Popular
Voyager"
Trans 17"
AW43-80
11 13ch    
59/60 MP18 Trans 17"
AW43-88
18      
M74T T    
M74HFC Consolette    
M247HFC 21"
AW53-88
   

1960 - Onwards

DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
Feb60 MP20 Trans 17"
AW43-88
13 13ch Same chassis as Sobell TPS710 etc.
£59-17-0 £x-x-x
(£x-x-x)
1961 MP28 Portable 17"
AW43-89
13   Same chassis as Sobell T193
£59-17-0 £x-x-x
(£x-x-x)

 

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Advert from September 1952
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Advert from July 1952
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Advert from December 1952
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M22T / M17T
Advert from March 1958
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Advert from June 1958
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On-line Service Data

Model(s) File Size Source
MP27, M75T,
M76HFC, M93HFC
1.1M Manufacturers

Notes 1. The book "Historic Televisions and Video Recorders" by Michael Bennet-Levy refers to a pre-war 10" model costing £63-0-0 which may well be the model 800T.

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