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Valve Ephemera: Pinnacle Boxes

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1960's Valve box
Basic logo design for a commodity product.  Pale blue corporate colour with concentric circle design on all sides.

Valve Ephemera: Pinnacle Catalogues

As far as I can tell this Pinnacle data sheet is from the early 1960's.  Playing safe with a simple design using the Pinnacle light blue colour - but who put the bunting-flag over most of the valve?  Uses the familiar concentric circle design inside.  Pushing the fact that they have a large list of valves - The Pick of the World's.

Pinnacle Electronic Products Ltd.
27a Howland Street, London W1
Telephone: LANgham 2311

This particular data sheet has a dealer stamp in a "Your Local Stockist" box:
Thomas R. Wills, Ltd.
The Paddock, Station Road, Ashford, Kent.

Valve Ephemera: Pinnacle Advertisements

February 1959 - I Like Pinnacle...

Wholesalers everywhere apparently liked Pinnacle, a constant theme from this advertiser.  Boasting about their stock level always giving you the valve you want. Guaranteed for 12 months and every single valve retested before sale.  Shows the PY81 and states "Ample supplies of P.660 - the popular replacement for PL.81 - Price 19/6d"
"It's better to buy the Pick of The World's Valves"
Pinnacle Electronic Products Ltd., 27a Howland Street, London W1.