Marconi Type 702 Mirror-lid Television – The Oldest TV Set in Britain Expected to Sell for £5,000

The Marconi type-702 was produced in 1936 and bought three weeks after transmissions began Marconi Type 702 Mirror-lid Television Britain’s oldest working television set that was produced in 1936 by Marconi has emerged for sale, and could fetch more than £5,000. It was bought for just under £100 only three weeks after transmissions in Britain began. Unfortunately for Mr Davis, his viewing was cut short when the local transmitter burned down just three days after he bought the set on November 26, and his area could not receive pictures again for ten years.
There are more 18th century Stradivarius violins in existence that pre-war TVs and this set has only had two owners.
The 75-year-old set comes with a 12-inch screen and is contained in a walnut and mahogany case with the picture being reflected onto a mirror that opens from the top. Only 30 per cent of the components in this set have been replaced, all with identical parts, and it works perfectly. It has a pre-sale estimate of £5,000, but experts at Bonhams, which is selling it, expect it to sell for much more.

Stuart Hughes Presents World’s Most Expensive Television – PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition

If you love all things luxurious in your home, then you might want to consider the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition, a creation of Stuart Hughes who seems to have an eye for the most expensive consumer electronics devices at home.

PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition

This line of the world’s most expensive televisions, designed by Stuart Hughes, is powered by Metz and manufactured by PrestigeHD. The most expensive TV set is a 55 incher, but that would be nothing to be amazed, until you hear the part with the solid gold casing. That’s right, the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition is cased with no less than 28 kilograms of solid 18 carat rose gold. The frame is also blingy, with 72 brilliant round cut 1 carat IF flawless diamonds, along with Sunstone and Amethyst. The inner screen layer is made up from Alligator skin.