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Below you find a part of the radio collection Brian Wilson - including other related items.

Germanium Transistor radios preferably with Australian station call signs rather than frequency. I.E. limited range to keep the costs down and the "Domestic Financial Controller" at least somewhat happy. These radios are a technical "Dead End" in that there is no radio manufacture in Australia now and no-one is using Germanium Transistors in radio any more.
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Part of the radio collection of Brian Wilson. These pictures have been uploaded to the corresponding models by Brian Wilson but this is not necessarily all of Brian Wilson's collection.

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AUS:  Philips Australia
1963/64 : Metropolitan
MT5

Restored radio - lacking only the volume control knob.
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AUS:  Philips Australia
1963–65 : Signalmaster All Transistor
PL1

My radio. Has been awaiting restoration for some time. Both the case and th...
aus_philips_mt9_main.jpg
AUS:  Philips Australia
1965/66 : Minstrel 7
MT9

Main photo of one of my MT9s
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AUS:  Philips Australia
1966–68 : Philadelphia
MM2

Both the MM2 and the MM2.01. The MM2 has the black name plate with the Phil...
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AUS:  Philips Australia
1968 : Philadelphia
MM2 /01

Both the MM2 (top) and the MM2.01
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AUS:  Philips Australia
1970 : Philadelphia
RS300

Radio without mounting screws or knobs
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AUS:  Philips Australia
1971 : Leisuremate
02RC291 (RC291)

The "Clean" area around the volume control is actually where the silvered t...
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AUS:  Pye Industries Ltd Australia; Marr...
1960 : Romany Transistor
A7 Ch= R21-1A

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AUS:  Pye Industries Ltd Australia; Marr...
1960–62 : Ranchero
TM7 (R21-2A)

Some cleaning has been satrted but more is required.
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AUS:  Stromberg-Carlson (Australasia) Pt...
1958/59 : Transistor 7
78T11

Showing why old batteries must be removed! Note the IF can.
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AUS:  Stromberg-Carlson (Australasia) Pt...
1961 : 7 Transistor
71T11

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AUS:  Westinghouse (brand), Sydney
1959/60 : 
W705PY

Westinghouse radios were madein Australia for EMAIL, who controlled the Wes...
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AUS:  Westinghouse (brand), Sydney
1963/64 : Seven Transistor
W729

Shows my AWA clone, a W729. This radio was made by AWA for sale under the W...
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AUS:  Westinghouse (brand), Sydney
1963/64 : Wide Fi
W828P

Shows the model ID, stamped on the Circuit Board.
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HK:  Philips Hong Kong
1976 ??: AL065
90AL065

Radio ready for storage. Mechanical problems fixed. There were no electroni...
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J:  Unknown - CUSTOM BUILT: Japan
1960 : Aurora 6 Transistor
Chassis showing the two sub-chassis.
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SGP:  Philips, Singapore
1980 ??: 
90-AL-270/95

Dial markings clearly show that this radio was intended for the European ma...
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USA:  Radio Shack (Tandy, Realistic, Mic...
1975–80 : Realistic DX-160
Cat.-No. 20-152

The cover of the Manual that came with the radio.
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Our member Brian Wilson opened his/her collection of radios and other related items on 10.Sep.2012.
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