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Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp.; Uxbridge, Ontario

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Name: Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp.; Uxbridge, Ontario    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: goldmedalr
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. was located in Uxbridge, Ontario

Trade Name: QUADRODYNE

Production: 1922 - 1926
History:
In 1912, the Gold Medal Furniture Company took over the factory built by the Palmer Piano Company located by the railway just south of Brock Street and Victoria Drive in Uxbridge. They soon had a staff of ninety. In 1922, it became the Gold Medal Radio and Phonograph Company, making Quadrodyne Radios and Gold Medal Phonographs until 1926. [From McGillivray, A. Tales from the Uxbridge Valley. The Uxbridge Millennium Committee, 2009.].

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  24 Radio Phonograph Model 5   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Radio Phonograph Console, combination model with built i... 
CDN  24 Quadrodyne Model 5 [Table Top]   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Quadrodyne Model 5 Receiver. This model was available as... 
CDN  24 Quadrodyne Beaucaire   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Quadrodyne Receiver Beaucaire Console with built-in Ivor... 
CDN  24 Radio Phonograph Combination   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Radio Phonograph Console, combination model with built i... 
CDN  24 Quadrodyne Model 5 [Console]   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Quadrodyne Model 5 Receiver Console model with built in ... 
CDN  24 Quadrodyne   Gold Medal Radio Phonograph Corp. Quadrodyne receiver. 

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