|The Murphy 1945 Range of Radios for use overseas. Featuring:-
drawings were printed on a clear film which could be moved aside to appreciate
the 'works' in all their glory...
|Murphy 102 Radios.
The U102C console radio released in ? of 1946 price
The A102R radiogram was released in October of 1946 price
The U102R radiogram was released in March of 1947 price
The price of the A102R radiogram was increased in April of 1947 to
|The Murphy 'Stationmaster' TA92 was initially released in 1945.
This was the first Murphy to be offered with 'Full Tropical Specification'.
Whilst this model was primarily meant for export, it was subsequently made
available for domestic sale in 1947.
The price for both TA92 & TU92 was £25 plus purchase tax - making a grand total of
This model may easily be distinguished from its predecessor, the A92, by the tuning scale.
The A92 (and XA92!) has a small map of the world in the bottom left corner the TA92 does not.
|The B119 receiver was released in February of 1947
This is one of a small hoard of 'Murphybilia' on loan from Paul King.
Should keep me busy for some time!
|The A104R radiogram was released in April of 1947
|Advert for the A100, taken from 'Illustrated' magazine
dated 17th May 1947. Advert for the A100F from 1948.
|The A122C receiver was released in July of 1947
|The A128 & U128 receivers were released in January 1948
The price seems to have been reduced by the time this brochure was issued!
|The 124 table model was released in July 1948.
A124 for AC Mains operation
U124 for AC or DC Mains operation
|The A122M table model released in January 1949
|An advert for Murphy - with the B40 naval communications receiver in mind.|
|Two sales brochures for the Murphy A138R deluxe radiogram.
The A138R radiogram was released in April 1949
|The Murphy U144 mains portable.
Released in August 1949
|The Murphy range for 1949. Featuring:-
Inside of the 1949 Catalogue. 474k
|This article, published in the November 1949 issue of 'Art and Industry', was written by
Charles Rupert Casson on the subject of 'Murphy Advertising'.
Mr.Casson had long been associated with Murphy Radio and Frank Murphy before that...
|The A146C baffle console was released in
Can we do you a good deal on Hired Purchase?
|The Murphy B143 battery portable. Murphy's first battery portable to be made after the war.
This was the first cabinet design by David Ogle (best known for the Bush MB60/TR82/VTR103).
The B143 was announced in December 1949 price
|The Murphy A170 mains table receiver.
Released in April 1950 price
|Two Adverts for Murphy 168 mains table receivers.|
|Murphy 168 Table radio receivers announced in June 1950 Price £23.
Murphy 168M Table receivers anounced in April 1951 Price £30.
The price of the 16M was reduced in March 1952 to £26 10s. 0d.
|The Murphy A172R Deluxe Radiogram.
The A172R was announced in September 1950 price
The price had gone up by the time this brochure was printed...
This brochure folds in three. Down the centre and two short wings
corresponding to the open up doors of the gram on the inside.
|The Murphy range for 1950. Featuring:-
|The Murphy A186 deluxe table baffle receiver.
A186 sales leaflet. 782k
|The Murphy range for 1951. Featuring:-
|The Murphy BU183 Mains/Battery Portable Radio.
The BU183 was announced in August 1952 price
The price had gone down by the time this brochure was printed.
This model and variants were listed as current models until December 1958!
|The Murphy range for 1952. Featuring:-
|The Murphy A182R Radiogram released in November 1952
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