Museum of early consumer electronics and 1st achievements

  Reel to reel B&W video
    Reel to reel colour video  
    1st Umatic  
    Philips n1500 n1700 v2000  
    1st VHS VCRs  
  1st Betamax VCRs  
    1st compact video cassette  
    Old video cameras
    1st camcorders
    1st laser disc player
  Vintage satellite (receivers with knobs on!)
    Old televisions
    1st home computers
    Vintage electronic devices
    Turntables & tone arms  
    Valve (tube) amplifiers  
    Reel to reel audio  
    1st audio cassette recorders
  1st brick cell phones  
  Antique telephones  
  Old toys  
  Old books magazines adverts brochures  
    Milestone product history with dates      
        Museum exhibits on tour        
      Links to useful similar sites      
      Contact us    

Publications menu page.

Television magazine Oct. 1975 Popular Science Sept. 1985 Vintage video magazines 1970s & 1980s, books, brochures, adverts & manuals

Popular Science magazine Sept. 85 The Philips N1500 VCR

Audio Video educational catalogue. 1972/73. Sony CV-2000 and Philips LDL1002

"Home Video" book by Marvin Grosswirth. 1981.
Television magazine March 1928. Vol. 1 No. 1. Practical Television magazine. Dec. 1958. Key transmission dates. 1926-2013

"Television" magazine March 1928. Vol. 1 No. 1.
The first ever television magazine in the world.

Television Book 1935

"Popular Wireless" - Television progress. 1933

"Short Wave and Television". 1933 - Television Today

"Wireless World" magazines from 1946 and 1948 showing BBC studio cameras

"Practical Television" magazines 1950-1969.
Including a history of television from 1936-1958

"Long Distance Television" 1976 & Television magazine articles 1970-2007 by Roger Bunney

"Television" magazines 1975 & 1982. The 1982 edition features satellite TV.

What Satellite magazine Jan. 1990. Satellite TV News magazine Spring. 1982. Vintage satellite magazines and books

What Satellite magazine articles about early satellite TV

What satellite magazines. 1989-1992

The Cable and Satellite Show 1986. Show guide brochure.

A TV-DXers Handbook by Roger Bunney.

"Satellite Television" by Peter Pearson. 1987.

"Satellite TV News" magazine Spring 1982.
Hi Fi News magazine. April 1958 Hi Fi Sound magazine. April 1958

Vintage Hi Fi magazines. 1960s & 1970s

London Audio Fair Show Guide. 1956

HiFi & Music Reviews. Feb. 1958. 1st Edition.

HiFi News magazines. 1958

Wireless World magazines. 1947 - featuring the "Williamson" valve amplifier designs.

Hi Fi Sound magazine. 1970. Ferrograph Series 7.

Popular Hi Fi magazines. May 1975 & Jan 1976

Practical Hi Fi magazines. 1976

Hi Fi Answers magazine. June 1978. Linn Sondek turntable.

Popular Science Magazine October 1977 Vintage computer magazines. 1970s

Popular Science. 1977. Commodore Pet.

ZX computing. 1982. Sinclair Spectrum

Sinclair User. 1984. Sinclair QL

Popular Science magazine 19 Vintage popular science magazines. 1970s & 1980s

Peto Scott brochures 1936. Practical wireless Aug 69. Successful Wireless Reception. 1923

BBC Hand Book 1929.

Capt. P.P. Eckersley's Query Handbook. 1931

Popular Wireless. 1932

Popular Wireless. 1933 and 1934. The S.T.500 & S.T600

Peto Scott brochures 1936.

Ultra radio leaflet 1939

Wireless World Sept. 1939 (The month WW2 started)

Wireless World magazines 1946 and 1948

Practical Wireless magazines. 1962-69

The Radio Constructor. 1968

The Model Engineer and Electrician. 1920
Practical electronics March 65

Old electronics magazines & publications.

"Practical Electronics" magazines - March 1965 and Sept. 1967.

Practical Householder The BBC handbook for 1929

Practical Householder. 1956

Mademoiselle. 1941

Maplin Electronics catalogues. Maplin Electronics catalogues. 1979-1994

Ejector seats letter A Very Interesting letter !!!!

Practical Motorist Jan. 1955 The Gibbons Cyclecar

Vintage car magazines. 1950s and 1960s

Car Mechanics. 1962

Practical Motorist. 1955-57

Practical Mechanics. 1953

Custom car. 1975

Motor Cycling. 1961

1939 Red Book. Used car valuations.

The Model Engineer. 1920. See the Gibbons "Cyclecar".

The Rewind Museum

Making a donation.

The Rewind Museum is a non-profit making endeavour. The web site and the touring exhibitions are run on
a voluntary basis. Donations, not money, just old items you no longer want, are always welcome.
If you have something that you think would be of interest, please contact us with the details.
We can send in a courier to pick them up. (Even an international courier). Thank you.

Please note - The Rewind Museum site has been archived by the British
Library so that future generations can always access the site's content.

To talk to us about making a donation please go to - "making a donation".

Are you interested to read about a 10 year + restoration of a classic vehicle?
If so go to -

The 1952 Chevy truck

The 1952 The 1952 Chevy truck web site.

Link to our main site. Satellite TV.

Rewind Museum is sponsored by Vision International. Note. One of our businesses, Vision International (established 1991)
sponsors Rewind Museum and Satellite Museum including financial support for this web site. Vision International
is one of a group of businesses which we have in the field of Satellite TV.

Vu plus satellite receivers 60cm Clear dish

Tune in an extra 10,000 channels? Watch the world? Links to some of the Satellite Superstore pages are below,

Sky Receivers Freesat Receivers All satellite receivers Fixed Dishes Transparent Dishes Motorised systems LNBs
Multiswitches Caravan satellite Satellite finder meters Installation equipment. Catalogue of all satellite products.

Rewind Museum web site is maintained on a non-profit making voluntary basis.
Our main business website is at
Our main business is satellite TV and we are a specialist satellite company. We
supply satellite goods in the UK and worldwide including fixed and motorised satellite
systems, multiswitches, instrumentation, accessories and installation equipment.

Return to our website introduction page. Read about the aims of our museum.

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For all questions & comments about this site's content contact Dave at Rewind Museum.