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Triumph Radio Ltd.; Sydney NSW

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Name: Triumph Radio Ltd.; Sydney NSW    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: triumphrad
Products: Model types
Summary:

Triumph Radio Ltd.
86A Anzac Parade, Kensington, NSW

The company manufactured radios under the "Triumph" brand. Their Logo was “Life-Like Tone”.

Production: 1934 - 1935
History:

The company was registered in February, 1934 when it acquired the business of the Triumph Radio Co. [1] The First Directors were, Thomas J. Sheedy and Leon Weingott.[2]

The company was liquidated in September, 1935. [3]

[1] The Sun (NSW) Feb 23, 1934, Page 7.
[2] Radio Trade Annual of Australia, 1934, page 304.
[3] Government Gazette of the State of NSW Sep 13, 1935, Page 3700.

 

This manufacturer was suggested by Stuart Irwin.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  35 Triumph Dual Wave 5 AK1  The price below is wholesale. 
AUS  34 Triumph 86   This model covers 13 to 560 metres in 5 bands. 

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

[1] Registered in February, 1934. The Sun (NSW) Feb 23, 1934, Page 7.tbn_aus_triumphrad_1_the_sun_nsw_feb_23_1934_page_7.jpg
[2]The First Directors were, Thomas J. Sheedy and Leon Weingott Radio Trade Annual of Australia, 1934, page 304.tbn_aus_triumphrad_2_rta_1934_page_304.jpg
[3] The company was liquidated in September, 1935. Government Gazette of the State of NSW Sep 13, 1935, Page 3700.tbn_aus_triumphrad_3_government_gazette_of_the_state_of_nsw_sep_13_1935_page_3700.jpg
1934 advert for six radios. Radio trade annual, 1934, Page 320.tbn_aus_triump_rta_1934_page_320.jpg

  
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