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Minnesota Radio Sales Corp.; Minneapolis, MN

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Name: Minnesota Radio Sales Corp.; Minneapolis, MN    (USA)  
Abbreviation: minnesota
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Minnesota Radio Sales Corporation was located at 210 Palace Building in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

the company offered the North Star Receiver and Two-Stage Audio Amplifier in a August 1922 QST advertisement.

History:
Trade Name: North Star

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  23 North Star Model A UV200  The "North Star" Model "A" Long Range Broadcast Receiver. Specifications: Wave length: 180... 
USA  22 North Star Regenerative Receiver Type 1-R UV200  Minnesota Radio Sales Corp. North Star Type 1-R Regenerative Receiver. Wave Length: 150 to... 
USA  22 North Star Special Two-Stage Amplifier Type 1-A UV201  Minnesota Radio Sales Corp. North Star Special Type 1-A Two-Stage Amplifier designed to ma... 
USA  22 North Star Two-Stage Audio Amplifier Type 2-GA UV201  Matching Two-Stage Audio Amplifier for the North Star Regenerative Receiver 
USA  22 North Star Receiver Type 1-GR UV200  Wave length range 150-650 meters. Variometers and Variocoupler are manufactured by Atwa... 

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

June 10th, 1922 Radio Digest Illustrated magazine advertisement on page 15tbn_usa_minnesotaradio_1r_june_10_1922_radio_digets_illustrated_page_15.jpg
October, 1922 Popular Radio magazine advertisement page 27tbn_usa_minnesotaradio_1gr_ad_oct._1922_popular_radio_page_27.jpg
May 28, 1922 The Des Moines Register newspapertbn_usa_minnesota_radio_the_des_moines_register_sun_may_28_1922_1.jpg

  
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