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Bond Products Co.; Detroit

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Name: Bond Products Co.; Detroit    (USA)  
Abbreviation: bondprod
Products: Model types
Summary:

Bond Products Co., 13139 Hamilton Avenue; Detroit. A very short lived company of which we know only two models, 6TA and 34-33.

History:
Alfred Ghirardy's "Radio Troubleshooter's Handbook" from 1943 places Bond Products Co. to 13139 Hamilton Avenue; Detroit. A very short lived company of which we know only two models, 6TA and 34-33. Six-tube-sets from around 1932-34 are listed in the 1948 Mallory Encyclopedia for Bond. The tube line up is 2A7, 58, 2A6, 2A5, 2A5, 80. They are superhests with IF 456 kc. In 1937 Mallory shows the same info but only naming one 2A5, not two ...

At the same address was also IIRC Zephyr which sold a few radio models in the mid to late 1930's but we don't know if one of them actually made radios.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  34 5-D 6A7  BC and Police/Amateur band (1600 to 4500 kHz). On the loudspeaker is a stamp: "Model 5-D" ... 
USA  35 Amplifier   Wood case amplifier with volume knob on left. There is a label on the back of the model "B... 

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