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Champion Radio Works; Danvers, Massachusetts

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Name: Champion Radio Works; Danvers, Massachusetts    (USA)  
Abbreviation: champion-2
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Champion Radio Works, 88 Holten St., Danvers, Mass. (1940)

Division of Consolidated Electric Lamp Co. (1942)

Products: radio tubes, resistance tubes. Trade Name: Champion.

Mentioned on page 353 of "The Saga of the Vacuum Tube" by Gerald Tyne. The company was listed as an RCA licencee by the Wall Street Journal April 8th, 1930 in their "Broad Street Gossip" column.

They exhibited at the Seventh Annual Chicago Radio Show, October 8 to 14, 1928.

Founded: 1927
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Fin Stewart.


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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Champion radio tube advertisement Radio News November 1931tbn_champion_rn_nov_1930.jpg
June 1930, Radio Retailing magazine page 6tbn_usa_champion_radio_works_june_1930_radio_retailing_6.jpg
Champion P704 pentode - Radio News June 1931tbn_champion_p704_rn_631.png

  
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