Category: Radios

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1932 Ultra ‘Blue Fox’ … A real beauty !!!

1932, Ultra ‘Blue Fox’ With a name like this, one would expect it to be a radio made for Red Indians, by native Americans! But No ; It is British! Ultra ‘Blue Fox’, by...

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1935 Pilot X65B

Pilot X65B One of the prettiest radios of the museum, made in 1935. Beautifully made rosewood art deco style cabinet. Country: United States of America Manufacturer/Brand: Pilot Electric Mfg. Co.; Brooklyn (NY) 6 Valves...

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1936 Philips 795A

Philips (British) Model 795A, by Philips Lamps Ltd. 1936. 4-v + R plus Magic-Eye Tuning Indicator, AC SHet Table Model, SW/MW/LW Mtrs/StN, mono-knob tuning control (joystick), black Bakelite escutcheon, chromium-plated trim, walnut cabinet. Hinged...

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Blaupunkt Super 4w9 1934/1935

Blaupunkt Super 4w9 1934/1935 6 Valves: ACH1 RENS1234 AB1 RENS1284 RES964 RGN1064 Principle: Super-Heterodyne (Super in general) Tuned circuits: 9 AM circuit(s) Wave bands: Broadcast, Long Wave and Short Wave. Power type and voltage...

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Cossor 375U

Country: Great Britain (UK) Manufacturer/Brand: Cossor, A.C.; London Year: 1935 ? Type: Radio or Tuner Valves / Tubes 5: 41MPG MVS/Pen DDT PT41 442BU Principle Super-Heterodyne (Super in general) Wave bands Broadcast (MW) and Long Wave....

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Cossor Model 233

Cossor Model 233, by A.C.Cossor Ltd. 1933 2-v +R, AC TRF table model. MW/LW 0-100 deg. Beautiful design, one of the nicest radios. The diameter of the speaker is 36 cm!! Country: Great Britain...

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McMichael ‘Twin Supervox RV8’

McMichael ‘Twin Supervox RV8‘,   by McMichael Radio Ltd. 1933. 4–v + Metal Rectifier, AC TRF Table Model, MW/LW Mtrs, twin moving-coil loud- speakers, walnut veneered plywood cabinet. Price 19 GBP. It is very...

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Prewar Zenith 8G005BT Radio

Zenith model 8G005BT, Trans-oceanic clipper. This high-tech look for domestic radios was introduced by this American company before the war, designed to give good worldwide reception rather than catering for just local reception. 6...

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R 206 Receiver. The most robust radio ever made! 1943

The R206 Mk1 British manufacture for the Army dates from around the end of WWII. It was a high performance super-heterodyne high grade intercept HF communications receiver, capable of high resetting accuracy. Modes :-...