Early Electronic Television
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|Screen Size||15 inch|
|Number Still in Existence||See Pre-1945 Database|
The CRT was originally a Baird Cathodevisor, but was replaced by the Baird factory, probably after the war, with a Cossor 65K, the same one used in the Cossor 1210. David Boynes speculates that the T23 was created to use up surplus T5 cabinets and other components. The RF and Audio chassis in this set has been replaced with a postwar unit. More pictures.