Wright's Aerials

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Antiference set-top aerials of the 1970s. Since the dual standard TV sets of the time had two aerial sockets, many people in good reception areas had a VHF set top aerial and a UHF one competing for space on top of the ‘slimline’ TV set. In those days slimline meant that the top of the telly was about a foot* deep though, so it wasn’t such a problem.

Thanks to Roger Piper for this contribution.

*That’s 300mm, children.

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