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Monogram Electric; London

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Name: Monogram Electric; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: monogram
Products: Model types

Monogram Electric
296/302 High Holborn, London, WC (1966)

In October 1966 the General Electric Company of the U.S.A. formed a company, called Monogram Electric, to market a range of G.E. transistor radios, clock radios, record players, radiograms, and tape recorders in the United Kingdom.

Founded: 1966
Production: 1966 -

The General Electric Company of the U.S.A. has made a bold move into the U.K. market, launching a new company, Monogram Electric, to exclusively sell a range of cutting-edge electronics.

Trendy Tech in Rugged Packages:

Their debut at a recent trade show sparked excitement, particularly for their sleek selection of transistor portable radios clad in sturdy, "military-styled" leather cases. This trend-forward design coupled with competitive pricing promises to shake up the British electronics landscape.

A Taste of the Monogram Lineup:

P1720 AM/FM ten transistor portable: This flagship model, priced at a compelling 102 guineas, comes complete with a stylish carrying case, batteries, and even an earphone for private listening.[1]

Possibly connected to the existing Monogram Electric Ltd., known for their electric blankets.

[1] Practical Wireless Nov 1966, Page 495.

This manufacturer was suggested by Mike Edwards † 25.10.21.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  60 UOP-1736   Small pocket radio. 
GB  67 Monogram UKC1570   AM/FM, AC-Powered clock radio. 


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