|Name:||Pathe Phono & Radio Co.; Brooklyn (USA)|
Pathe Phono & Radio Co.; 20 Grand Ave., Brooklyn, New York - Trade name Minute Man.
Also known as "Pathe Phonograph Company" with a "Red Rooster Logo".
The famous Pathe brothers, Emile and Charles, utilized a red rooster in the logo for their business, Pathe Freres Phonograph Company.
Just as Nipper appeared on all Victor items, the red rooster appeared on all Pathe Freres Phonograph Company items, including Pathe disc records. The rooster made a striking mascot for the Pathe brothers.
An advertisement was published in August, 1915 by the Pathe brothers, Emile and Charles. The Pathe Freres Phonograph Company had established a significant talking machine industry in France and brought their company to America shortly before this advertisement was published.
The text describes the wonder, power, and fidelity of the Pathe Pathephone while touting there are "no needles to change" due to the Pathe round, smooth, genuine sapphire stylus. Information on securing stock for Christmas trade and territories for jobbers is also included in the advertisement.
|USA||26||TRF Console||4-legged highboy with stretcher base. Front panel arranged like B-5 Minute Man Universa...|
|USA||35||unknown||6D6||Repair hint: The circuitry (only) appears to be identical to the Zephyr Radio Company mode...|
|USA||35||Universal [5 tubes]|
|USA||25||Universal six (Universal 6)|
|USA||25||Grand HB six (Grand 6)|
|USA||27||Grecian (Caduceus)||Table model with medical symbol. Cast metal stand and frame.|
|USA||26||Cathedral cone speaker|
|USA||39||1110T||6A7||Pathe radio / phonograph in a wood cabinet 10.5" high, 12" front-to-back, and 16" wide. We...|
|USA||39||P5||6K8GT||Built-in loop antenna.|
|USA||23||Minute Man ||UV201A||Three dials (primary tuning control knobs).There are also later models (1925) called Minut...|
Further details for this radio manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):