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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Kenwood: yet more Nothing.

Having stated categorically that no pictures exist showing a Nothing Box inside Kenwood...errr...here's a picture showing a Nothing Box inside Kenwood. This pic has been on here before, but cropped; the little blighter is there behind John in the uncropped version:

Also of "interest", given that this photo was taken in the library (aka the Den), is that the slightly wider perspective allows one to gain further clues to the reading material on offer. The only two tomes that I can make out are yer classic Shikshtiesh fare, ie For Your Eyes Only on the left, and something by Dennis Wheatley on the right:

A conceptual prize of Nothing whatsoever to any "readahs" who recognise any others.


  1. Is that the television to the right of the picture, covered in stickers and decals? (I note the KRLA radio sticker and the Batman-styled 'Bam'.)

  2. Those boxes only lasted a year, which explains the lack (well you found one) of in situ pics. As they were probably purchased in late 65, most of them would have died by mid 67. And Kenwood interior pics during 66 are quite rare aren't they?