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History of the manufacturer  

British Pix Co., Ltd., The; London

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Name: British Pix Co., Ltd., The; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: britishpix
Products: Model types Others Brand

The British Pix Co., Ltd.
Pix House, 118/49 Southwark Street, London S.E.1 (1933)
Pix Works, Lillieshall Road, London S.W.4 (1938)

The company mainly made aerials and related products; they also sold radio valves between 1932 and 1937. [1] [2]


[1] Keith Thrower; History of the British Radio Valve to 1940, p. 5 & 131
[2] Keith thrower; British Radio Valves The Classic Years 1926 - 1946, P, 270 & 332; Supplement p. 82

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  40 Pix Invisible Aerial   Self adhesive Wire antenna. 30 or 60 feet model known. 
GB  33 Modula Armchair Control   Modula Armchair Control. Enables a set to be controlled from a distance. Incorporate... 


Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Wireless World Mar 17, 1933, page 5. worldradiohistory.comtbn_gb_britishpix_wireless_world_mar_17_1933_page_5.jpg
Practical Wireless Sep 23, 1933, page 60. worldradiohistory.comtbn_gb_britishpix_practical_wireless_sep_23_1933_page_60.jpg


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