Vox Sound Limited (UK) 1970 Retail Price List - Page 1
The 1970 "Green" Vox catalog and accompanying price list mark the next stage in the financial decline and loss of popularity of Vox in the marketplace.

This decline started in 1963 with sale of Jennings Musical Instruments to the Royston Industries conglomerate followed by the sale of US manufacturing and distribution rights to Thomas Organ in 1965. Royston looted the profits made by Vox in the UK to fund development of an aeronautic transponder device by a different division of the firm. Eventually this led to the resignation of Tom Jennings from Vox and the bankruptcy of Royston (and Vox) in 1967.

A number of the officers that worked for Vox purchased the assets of the company from the receiver bank in 1968 and continued on as VSL, or Vox Sound Limited.

In 1969, Vox Sound Limited also failed and the assets of Vox were held by the Corinthian Bank. The "Green" catalog and accompanying price list are from this Corinthian Bank period. Click on the catalog page to advance to page 2.



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