Bristol has a unique place in the history of HMV. It was here in 1884 that Nipper, the dog who still features on the company logo, was born.His association with Bristol and Park Row is commemorated by a blue plaque. Above the plaque, on the corner of Park Row and Woodland Road, there is a small statue of Nipper in the famous cock-eared pose that made him a global icon (right). - See more at: http://www.bristol-culture.com/2011/01/05/hmv-nipper-bristol/#sthash.B4Ul8jG4.dpuf
Old Time Radio. I listened to it every night before bed. It was great to imagine the scenes :)
He was named Nipper because he was known to nip people. Yup sounds like a jack to me!
“ 1938 Emerson “Mae West” Art Deco SW-Radio, designed by Count Alexis de Sakhnoffsky, made by Ingraham & Co. and sold by Emerson.
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Vinyl Record Storage Shelf
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Motorola Portable Radios 1950 Raised on a farm in Northeastern Montana. We would gather around the radio to listen to the Shadow, Lone Ranger, visualizing the characters riding off into the sunset. Plus, other other vintage ads - "a blast from the past"
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