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Mischievous should be plural for feline

Mischievous should be plural for feline

Mischievous should be plural for feline Thanks once again to my wonderful guest blogger, Eiffion, owner of https://www.collectibulldogs.com, for his light hearted blog about Noddy and Bonnie who really fit Eiffion’s blog title of Mischievous should be plural for feline. Eiffion is a dedicated collector of all sorts of things related to English Bulldogs, and also has an English Bulldog blog at collectibulldogs.com. His World class collection of Bulldog ephemera is museum listed and has even made its way into a display in Brighton Museum, UK. Quite a feat!  Eiffion isn’t just a lover of bulldogs, he is also pretty fond of felines…

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas

Hi Everyone! Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year to you all! I can’t believe that a year has almost been and gone. Doesn’t time fly? Here at Mullard Antiques & Collectibles we are in the process of restocking our website with more vintage items ready for the New Year. We hope you will continue to visit us and read our blogs in 2017. Look out for our new coupon scheme which will, periodically, give you extra discounts. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers and blog readers for their business and support this year.…

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Collectibulldogs: More than just a passion for collecting!

Collectibulldogs: More than just a passion for collecting!

Collectibulldogs: More than just a passion for collecting! Another heartfelt guest blog from Eiffion Ashdown, as he explains to us why Collectibulldogs is more than just a passion for collecting. Thank you Eiffion. I know all our readers out there are keen to know what you have to say, so over to you! HI TO ALL MULLARD READERS Hi there to all of Mullard Antiques, (Karen’s) readers, I hope you’re all safe and well and let me just say what an honour it is to guest blog for Mullard Antiques! Guest blogging gives each other’s blog archives a bit of…

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Vinyl Record’s Manufacturing Process- Stage One: The Blank Acetate

Vinyl Record's Manufacturing Process

The article is from this week’s guest blogger, Steve, from ‘Mullard Magic’ and ‘The Magic of Mullard’. A really interesting and informative blog on Stage one of the Vinyl Record’s Manufacturing Process from polishing, degreasing, coating with lacquer, drying and inspection, to stamping the hole in the middle! No wonder vinyl is so expensive but you can’t beat the sound…..

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What Do Radios and Ovaltine have in common? The Ovaltiney Radio!

Ovaltiney radio

What do radios and Ovaltine have in common? The answer is the ‘Ovaltiney’ radio or Philips 634A ‘Superinductance’ TRF set, produced from 1932/3. It was called Ovaltiney as it was used in nostalgic TV adverts for Ovaltine. The quality of this radio was superb. A replica of the radio was produced by ITC in 1984 to commemorate its 50th Birthday.

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An Iconic Vintage Child’s Toy: The Sewing Machine

Vintage Child's Toy

Essex miniature sewing machines were manufactured between 1946 and 1956 by the Essex Engineering Works, Wanstead, London. We see them today as a vintage child’s toy but they were actually produced to fill a need in the market, after WWII, for making and repairing clothing. Rationing was in full force and people were still in the mindset, through necessity, of ‘Make Do and Mend’.

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Fiat Lingotto Roof Top Car Test Track

Fiat Lingotto

Fiat, Lingotto was built in 1923. The 500m-long, five-storey building was equipped with a rooftop test track, as seen on Top Gear. You may also recognise it from the 1969 film, ‘The Italian Job’.

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“For your convenience I am monitored to respond to the name Robby.”

Masudaya 1996 'Robby the Robot'

One of the best-loved androids of all time, ‘Robby the Robot’ is an essential part of any robot enthusiast’s collection. Who wouldn’t want a replica of a genuine science fiction icon in their home?

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