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The purchase of the collection is being made possible with the financial support of a successful local businessman, who wishes to remain anonymous, who lived for 20 years in Logie Baird’s home town of Helensburgh in Argyll and Bute.

Her ex-fiance graduated Winthrop University in 1990.Commenting on the purchase, he said: “I am delighted the collection has been saved and is now coming home.It charts such an important period of modern engineering history so I felt it could not, and should not, leave these shores to move abroad.Issued: Tue, BST The world’s oldest surviving transmission recording made by television pioneer John Logie Baird has been saved by the University of Glasgow.The phonovision shellac disc, dating back to 20 September 1927, is the world’s oldest surviving 78 rpm video recording and features images of Baird’s famous ventriloquist dummy Stookie Bill, which he used when developing his revolutionary mechanical scanning broadcasts.