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O. F. Lewis, to whose ofﬁce he and Eagle were conducted the next morning, was Welsh. ’s words, ‘practically told me I was a criminal’. Lewis then turned his ﬁre on the radio industry in general, declaring it was ‘probably completely phoney’ and likely to collapse overnight. Agitated, he got up and walked round his desk where he saw the bag that Stanley had brought into the ofﬁce. ’, he asked. O. ‘It doesn’t work’, said Lewis. Stanley extracted the radio, put it on the desk and switched it on. There was silence, but when he rotated the set to catch the signal of the BBC’s London station they heard music.
Preferred Ordinary Shares were popular in the 1920s because they were thought to offer a good return on capital, in this case a guaranteed dividend of 8 per cent rising to a maximum 10 per cent if proﬁts allowed. Holders of Pye Deferred Ordinary Shares would be entitled to all proﬁts above £15 000 and because of their greater number would control Pye Radio. e. 370 000 shares. He also subscribed to 30 000 £1 Preferred Shares which also entailed buying the same number of Deferred Shares at a cost of £1500.
Pye by Mullard, who as a valvemaker cultivated potential customers among the setmakers. Arks took on publicity work for Pye, but Stanley was also interested in the ﬁrm in his role as talent scout for Philips. By 1927 sales of valve radios had overtaken crystal sets. G. G. O. Stanley home constructors. It was also probable that many manufacturers would either fail under the pressure of competition, or be gobbled up by bigger, stronger companies. In 1928 Britain had 107 radio manufacturers; six years later there would be only 43.