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Stella Radio & Television Company Ltd.; London

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Name: Stella Radio & Television Company Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: stella
Products: Model types
Summary:

Stella Radio & Television Company Ltd., Oxford House, 9-15 Oxford Street, London W1.
It seems that this company may have been under control of Philips because advertisements are similar, and some models are looking like typical Philips models. Who knows more?

History:


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  60–65 ST113U UCH81  No output transformer; high impedance (800 Ohm)loudspeaker. This model is identical with P... 
GB  51 151   Woodgrain painted Bakelite case. 
GB  59/60 ST110U UCH81  Circuitry similar to Stella ST113U and Philips(GB) B2G25BU except the output stage, where ... 
GB  58 ST239U UF80   
GB  37 Orion 18    
GB  37 Argo 57B    
GB  52 ST102A ECH42  Essentially a Philips model 310A chassis in a different Stella badged cabinet. 
GB  63 ST430/00D AF114  Portable radio fitted with sockets for car aerial & earphone. Battery type UII. 
GB  59/60 ST6917U unknown  17" 405 line TV with 13 channel GB VHF Band I/III Tuner, specially designed circuit for fr... 
GB  59/60 ST6921U unknown  21" 405 line TV with 13 channel GB VHF Band I/III Tuner, specially designed circuit for fr... 
GB  56 ST236A EF80  Same chassis as the Philips B3G63A. 
GB  51 ST100U UCH42   

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