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Amateur Wireless Supply Co.; London, Great Britain

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Name: Amateur Wireless Supply Co.; London, Great Britain    (GB)  
Abbreviation: amateurwir
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Amateur Wireless Supply Company was located at 2 Macclesfield Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.1

History:
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This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  23 Crystal Detector Stand   The Amateur Wireless Supply Company. Crystal Detector Stand. 
GB  23 Variable Condenser in Mahogany Box   The Amateur Wireless Supply Company line of Unit sets. Variable Condenser in Mahogany Box. 
GB  23 Dust Proof Crystal Detector   The Amateur Wireless Supply Company. Dust Proof Crystal Detector Stand. 
GB  23 Audio Frequency Amplifier No. 3A R_England  The Amateur Wireless Supply Company line of Unit sets. Unit No. 3A Audio Frequency Amplifier 
GB  23 Detector No. 3 R_England  The Amateur Wireless Supply Company line of Unit sets. Unit No. 3 Detector 
GB  23 Radio Frequency Amplifier No. 2 R_England  The Amateur Wireless Supply Company line of Unit sets. Unit No. 2 Radio Frequency Amplifier 
GB  23 Tuner No. 1   The Amateur Wireless Supply Company line of Unit sets. Unit No. 1 Tuner 

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

June 16, 1923 The Wireless World & Radio Review ad on page xiitbn_gb_amateurwireless_ad.jpg

  
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