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Mullard apparently displayed a laboratory demonstration television at the 1938 Radiolympia, incorporating their own fifteen inch magnetically deflected C.R.T., type MW39-3. Like the television, the C.R.T. does not seem to have entered production.

The following year Mullard returned to Radiolympia with two commercial televisions. The show took place in the second half of August, the show finishing prematurely due to the outbreak of World War 2. I can find no mention of any earlier Mullard televisions and the two that were displayed at Radioympia may not have entered production.

1939

DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
1939     9"        
1939     9"     Inc. Radio.  

Both models first shown at the 1939 Radiolympia (August)
and may not have entered production.

1947 Onwards

On the 22nd April 1948 Mullard officially change their name from Mullard Wireless Service Co., Ltd., to Mullard Electronic Products Ltd to reflect the companies expansion of activities beyond that of purely "wireless" and into industrial, scientific and communications activities.
Picture of MTS521 console [5K]
MTS684 MTS521
DATE MODEL STYLE CRT VALVES RF NOTES PRICE
47/48 MTS315 C 12"     Inc. Radio. Shown at the 1947 Radiolympia.  
Dec48 MTS389 T 9"   S/Het AC
£61-14-5 £x-x-x
£x-x-x
<=Sep49 MTS521 C 12" 20 + 6 (Radio) 1ch S/Het 3-band radio. AC
£102-18-0 £84-0-6
£18-17-6
<=Sep49 MTS684 C 9" 18 / 19 1ch (L or B) AC/DC
£60-18-0 £49-14-7
£11-3-5
50/51 MTS501 C 12" 19 S/Het AC/DC
£79-16-0 £x-x-x
£x-x-x

The MTS501 is a repackaged Philips 520A and the MTS684 the Philips 683U. They even cost the same !


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