|The Corinthian Organ was introduced into the Vox product line in 1969. It first appeared in the "Colossus incorporated" portable organ sales flyer producd by Vox. It wasn't really a new product, though.
The Corinthian Organ was little more than a rebadged Vox Jaguar Organ. Like the Jaguar Organ, the Corinthian was produced by Electtronica Musicale Europea, or EME, a large Italian musical instrument manufacturer that had produced most Vox organs manufactured since 1967.
One might wonder why Vox would change the name of such a successful product as the Jaguar Organ. I believe that this name change was a result of the bankruptcy of Vox Sound Limited (or VSL) in 1969.
When the finances of VSL collapsed, the main creditor was the Corinithian Bank. The bank continued to operate Vox in receivership while they looked for a purchaser for the business. Even in bankruptcy, the Corinithian Bank would want Vox to develop innovative and new products to enhance the marketability of the defunct company. With the introduction of the "Corinthian" Organ, Vox created a quasi new product that was even named after the bank that held VSL in receivership!