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Cosmos Electric Co.; New York City, New York

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Name: Cosmos Electric Co.; New York City, New York    (USA)  
Abbreviation: cosmos
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Cosmos Electric Company was located at 136 M Liberty Street in New York City, New York.

In a March 1914 Modern Electric and Mechanics magazine advertisement the company offered a rotary spark gap.

History:
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This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  14 Continental Rotary Spark Gap [DC Motor]   Cosmos Electric company Continental Rotary Spark Gap. 5" composition disk. Frequency adjus... 
USA  14 Continental Rotary Spark Gap [AC/DC motor]   Cosmos Electric company Continental Rotary Spark Gap. 5" composition disk. Frequency adjus... 
USA  35 536 6A7  Chassis matches Halson model 536. 
USA  37 unknown 6A7  Dial part number: 2257 / 25794 See also the similar shaped model Halson 25. 
USA  13 Detector Stand No. 1050    
USA  13 Detector Stand No. 1048    
USA  14 Crystal Detector No. 1053    
USA  14 Receiving Outfit No. 1086    
USA  13 Electrolytic Detector Stand No. 1043    
USA  13 Silicon Detector Stand No. 1046    
USA  13 1/2 K.W. Spark Gap   Polished white marble base. 
USA  14 Horizontal Crystal Detector No. 1054    

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

April 1914 Modern Electrics & Mechanics magazine page 493tbn_usa_cosmos_crystaldet_apr14modelecmech.jpg

  
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