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History of the manufacturer  

Adler-Royal, Adler Manufacturing Co.; New York

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Name: Adler-Royal, Adler Manufacturing Co.; New York    (USA)  
Abbreviation: adler
Products: Model types

Adler Manufacturing Co.; 881 Broadway, New York City, was the General Sales Office.
The factory was in Louisville, Ky.

The radios were manufactured by King-Hinners resp. another King Manufacturing name. See there.

Adler Manufacturing Co.; 881 Broadway, New York

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  24 Adler-Royal 3-Tube UV199  This Adler-Royale 3-tube set was manufactured by The Radio Shop as the Echophone V-3 and w... 
USA  24 Console Radio Speaker Model 200 14C7   
USA  25 Radio Phonograph Model 50   Adler-Royal combination Radio & Phonograph same as the Model F except in different ... 
USA  24 Cabinet Radio Speaker Model 100   Adler-Royal reproducer.  
USA  25 Neutrodyne Radio Phonograph "Royal Elizabethan" Model 150   Combination of Neutrodyne set and phonograph. Cabinet in walnut or mahogany. Might ... 
USA  24 Neutrodyne Radio Phonograph "Royal Spanish" Model 30   Combines the Neutrodyne with the "Royal" phonograph. Cabinet in either walnut or ma... 
USA  24 Radio Highboy Model E   Adler-Royal radio console with built-in speaker. According to the manufacturer's no... 
USA  28 F-9 console cabinet only   Adler Royal Console Cabinet type F-9. Used with Freed-Eisemann model NR85 and others. 
USA  25 Neutrodyne Highboy Radio-Phonograph Model F UV201A  Adler-Royal combination radio phonograph console with built-in speaker. Price inclu... 
USA  28 unknown TRF console   Unidentified AC radio (TRF) built into an Adler-Royal console cabinet. Not to be co... 
USA  24 Royal Neutrodyne   Three dials (primary tuning control knobs) 
USA  25 Phonograph Panel   Three dials (primary tuning control knobs). 


Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

1925 The American Review of Reviews magazinetbn_usa_adlerroyal_1925ad.jpg
January 1925 Radio Broadcast magazine advertisement on page 575tbn_usa_adler_neutrodyne-1.jpg
Radio Broadcast, Feb. 1925, Page 848atbn_usa_adler.jpg