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Adastral Wireless Manufacturing Co., The; Sheffield

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Name: Adastral Wireless Manufacturing Co., The; Sheffield    (GB)  
Abbreviation: adastral
Products: Model types

Adastral Wireless Manufacturing Co.
10 East Parade Sheffield. (1923)
2 Sycamore Street, Sheffield. (1925)

The company offered a Type M 3-Valve Receiver in April 1923.


The company partnership was dissolved on January 1, 1925, between Sidney Gardner, James Melling, LawrenceAnthony Whitaker, John William Boddy, Harold John Ping, Claude Hartley, William Arthur Clifford Cooke, James Henry Stevenson, Leonard Allan Gamblen, and Edith Hainsworth, trading as the Adastral Wireless Manufacturing Co., 2, Sycamore Street, Sheffield. Wireless apparatus manufacturers.[1]

Closed: 1925

[1] Broadcaster & Wireless Retailer April 1925, page 179.

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  23 "Adastral" 3-Valve Receiver Type M   The Adastral Wireless Manufacturing Company "Adastral" 3-Valve Receiver Type M 


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

[1] Broadcaster & Wireless Retailer April 1925, page 179. worldradiohistory.comtbn_gb_adstral_1_broadcaster_wireless_retailer_april_1925_page_179.jpg


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