London: The Television Press, Ltd 1928. First Edition. 48 pp. 8.5 x 11 inches. A vertical fold through the magazine (probably folded for mailing). Near Fine. Wraps. 
The history of practical television began in late 1927. This magazine is the first journal devoted strictly to this medium. There were earlier magazines which included an article or two on the coming wonders, mostly in the radio field. An American journal with the same title was published for a scant 2 issues (Gernsback, Experimental Publishing). Articles include 'Short Waves and Television', 'How to Make a Simple Television'. 'The General Electric Company's Recent Television Experiments in America', as well as other technical articles.
Shiers Early Television A Bibliographic Guide to 1940, numbers 1197-1207.