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96/58/1-7/5/30 Leaflet, Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver, paper, made by Pye, Australia, 1955-1960. Click to enlarge.

Leaflet for Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver from the Buckingham's Department Stores Archive

Made
Leaflet, Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver, paper, made by Pye, Australia, 1955-1960

A colour printed leaflet for Pye-tecnico's model W101C television receiver. The single page leaflet features an image of the television in a home setting. Below this are three images of the different versions of the television that are available. Details about the television are printed on the back of the leaflet.

Summary

Object No.

96/58/1-7/5/30

Object Statement

Leaflet, Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver, paper, made by Pye, Australia, 1955-1960

Physical Description

Leaflet, Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver, paper, made by Pye, Australia, 1955-1960

A colour printed leaflet for Pye-tecnico's model W101C television receiver. The single page leaflet features an image of the television in a home setting. Below this are three images of the different versions of the television that are available. Details about the television are printed on the back of the leaflet.

Marks

Text on the front of the leaflet reads '17-INCH / Consolette / MODEL W 101C / TELEVISION RECEIVER / PYE tecnio'.

Dimensions

Height

281 mm

Width

216 mm

Production

Made

Cite this Object

Harvard

Leaflet for Pye-tecnico's Model W101C television receiver from the Buckingham's Department Stores Archive 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 June 2022, <https://ma.as/360952>

Wikipedia

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