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Rolls Royce Tube Co.; Newark, NJ

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Name: Rolls Royce Tube Co.; Newark, NJ    (USA)  
Abbreviation: rollsroyce
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Rolls Royce Tube Co.
21 Norwood Street, Newark, New Jersey

This was a short lived company which did make a few tubes before being sued by the Rolls Royce Motor Car Company (British) for copyright breach in regard to the company name. It re-emerged in 1925 as the Roice Tube Co. The first Rolls Royce tubes made were the model A (UV201A) and a box is on page 78 of the book "Radio Tubes and Boxes of the1920's" by George Fathauer. This box has the name Rolls Royce covered and Roice stamped onto it. The compny is listed in Tyne's "saga of the Vacuum Tube", page 361. He does not mention the connection between the two companies. 

Closed: 1924
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Fin Stewart.


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

Radio News April 1924tbn_rolls_royce_rn424.png
Radio News July 1924tbn_rolls_royce_rn724.jpg
Radio News October 1924tbn_rolls_royce_rn_1024.jpg
Radio News November 1924tbn_rolls_royce_rn1124.jpg

  
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