|Name:||DeWald Radio Mfg. Corp., Pierce Airo Inc. (USA)|
DeWald Radio Mfg. Corp.; 440 Lafayette Street, New York.
Until 1936 Pierce Airo used the trade name DeWald.
From 1937 on DeWald was the manufacturers name.
To avoid misallocations and double uploads and to allow easier search both manufacturers (if there is any difference ?) are put together in DeWald as a pool.
The accurate allocation is found at the individual models.
The problem is, that most literature does not clearly distinguish, and even Pierce Airo radios may bear the name DeWald. And that will be searched for, not for a hidden name
|USA||39/40||544P||Case simulated Cowhide. See also the same DeWald Model 544L in simulated Alligator.|
|USA||39/40||544L||Case simulated Alligator. See also the same DeWald Model 544P in simulated Cowhide.|
|USA||39/40||R415L||Built-in loop as first RF circuit. Case simulated Alligator.|
|USA||39/40||R415P||Built-in loop as first RF circuit. Case simulated Cowhide.|
|USA||31||unknown Luxor||24||One dial (primary tuning control knob). Probably made for the european market.|
|USA||50||DT-160||6J6||Televison Receiver 16" picture tube Channels 2 thru 13 Tube V1 alternative 6AG5...|
|USA||50||CT-103||6J6||Televison Receiver 10" picture tube Channels 2 thru 13 Tube V1 alternative 6AG5...|
|USA||50||CT-102||6J6||Televison Receiver 10" picture tube Channels 2 thru 13 Tube V1 alternative 6AG5...|
|USA||50||DT-161||6J6||Televison Receiver 16" picture tube Channels 2 thru 13 Tube V1 alternative 6AG5...|
|USA||50||CT-104||6J6||Televison Receiver 12" picture tube Channels 2 thru 13 Tube V1 alternative 6AG5...|
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