|Name:||Grigsby-Grunow (-Hinds) Co. (Majestic pre 1933); Chicago (IL) (USA)|
Grigsby-Grunow Co., 5801 Dickens Ave., Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Model types (e.g.Majestic as model name)pre 1933 are here to find.
|Production:||1928 - 1932|
Founded in 1927, the Company used the trade name Majestic (and others). Around 1933 it went bankrupt. It was succeeded by two follow-up companies:
Careful for brands: for instance Ellswood, Havenwood and other "-wood" names are cabinets for the model 15 only, not trade names.
Grigsby-Grunow was licensed in Oct. 3 1929 for vacuum tube manufacture, see Majestic tubes.
|USA||30||Majestic Super-Dynamic Speaker G-2||For use with Receiver Chassis model numbers 70-B, 90, 100 and 180. ~ 22 Ohms impeda...|
|USA||99/99||Duplicate of ID=43683||This is the late version of Majestic model 72 from 1929 and later. See also the early v...|
|USA||31||Majestic Thorwood||Hepplewhite Highboy.|
|USA||31||Majestic Rexwood||Tudor Lowboy console.|
|USA||32||Majestic 42 Deluxe Compact||Probably confused in Stein "Cathedral & Tombstone Radios" with model...|
|USA||33||Majestic 195 [var.2]|
|USA||33||174||58S||The Grigsby-Grunow 174 is an AC operated 7 tube BC band receiver. Has interval &...|
|USA||33/34||Majestic 196 Gothic|
|USA||99/99||doublet id= 43715||Model with treasure chest wood case, very luxury.|
|USA||33||Majestic 599||6A7||similar case wwith 59, but no SW.|
|USA||33||Majestic 161||G-58-S||Similar case design has been used for the Italian Kennedy 305.|
|USA||26||Majestic Reproducer WG-10 Home Concert Model||Horn Material: DuPont Parilian; Finish: Ebony; Shell: Japanese Pearl, Mother of Pearl. Me...|
Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):
Hits: 1714 Replies: 0William C. Grunow - Presto-Times - notices
Here what we know from the periodical "Presto-Times" in October, 1930, page 16:
ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT GRUNOW
Here what we know from the periodical "Presto-Times" in March 1931, page 17 called "Radios":
W. C. GRUNOW'S NEW OFFICES
Hits: 4549 Replies: 1Grigsby-Grunow or Majestic?
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
Majestic is a name of multiple use. There is terrible confusion in literature about three separate companies.
1) Company Grigsby-Grunow went bankrupt in 1932 and its models ended with the 1933 season. Models were often named Majestic.
2) Company Majestic Radio & Television started in 1933
3) Company General Household Utilities started also in 1933,
Please be extremely careful to distinguish the 3 different manufacturers, in particular for 1933 models.
Followed by my first attempt to analyze the early model 71 from 1928 and to bring in some more information for the model line 60, 70 and 80 I write down what can be found in the Rider's page Majestic 1-24 in the original Rider's binder.
1. Parts with like part number in different assemlies and models are interchangeable, others are not.
2. The following prefixes and model numbers are for 1928 apparatus assemblies:
GB G2 ---Super Dynamic Speaker for 7-B Chassis and 180 Chassis
7-BP-6 Power Pack, 60 cycle for 7-B Chassis only.