Vintage black and white television.
Sobel (from 1946, Sobell) was born in Boryslav, Galicia, into a Jewish family; he was the only son of Lewis Sobel and his wife, Esther. His family owned factories in the Austro-Hungarian empire and oil interests at Limburg in Germany, but his parents moved to England in 1903 to escape antisemitism. The family settled in Dalston, east London, where Lewis Sobell set up as a confectioner. Sobell made a fortune as a pioneer in electronics through his Radio & Allied Industries Ltd., a manufacturer of radio receivers that grew to become one of Britain’s largest and most successful manufacturers of television sets. In 1961, Sobell’s company merged with The General Electric Company plc
In good vintage condition, veneer is chipped and scratched in places. Glass is scratch free. Not tested, but looks in great condition.
Important note; All Electrical goods are sold as seen and will need to be re wired to comply with regulations in the intended country of use.
Product Code: 9915/F360