If you've made it this far you're well on the way to being a true
|The Murphy A42V. The first comercially available Murphy television.
Announced in the June 1937 issue of 'Murphy News' - price unstated (if you had to ask...).
|The Murphy Television range for 1938
Featuring A56V, A58V & A42V. Unfortunately this is missing the back page.
|The Murphy V114. The first new Television made after the War.
The price was £54 plus purchase tax another 12 Guineas!
I swear these sets are made from redundant Tanks/Battleships.
This catalogue kindly provided by Phil Marrison.
|The Murphy V118C was released in June of 1949 price £98/13/4
(£80/0/0 + £18/13/4 purchase tax. Pounds shillings and pence
now that's what I call real money). Revised version of the V116 of 1947.
This catalogue kindly provide by George Windsor. If you have any 'Murphy-bilia'
to share with your fellow 'Murphy-Maniacs', don't be shy!
No suitable contributions will be refused!
|The Murphy V120C. released in September 1949.
The price was £71 10s. 8d. inclusive.
|The Murphy V176C. First shown at Radiolympia 1949.
It wasn't available to buy until April of 1950.
The price was £120 plus purchase tax another £28!
You got a lot of television for your money
|The Murphy V178C was released in August of 1950 price £104
(£84/6/6 + £19/13/6 purchase tax). A bit of an experimental model,
this set was the first to employ an oil filled line output transformer; this
became standard in most subsequent Murphy televisions.
|The Murphy V180C released March/April of 1950 price £75
(£60/16/3 + £14/3/9 purchase tax).
The yellow background has been added by myself to show that this brochure
was cut to be television shaped!
|The Murphy V150 was released in December of 1949 price £54
(£43/15/8 + £10/4/4 purchase tax). Their cheapest television
(after the war) used 'Universal' techniques to lower the price and to
make a smaller set. The true 'universal' version the VU150 wasn't
released until October of 1950 price £55/10/0.
Yet more Murphy-bilia.
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