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Canadian Independent Telephone Co. (CITCO); Toronto

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Name: Canadian Independent Telephone Co. (CITCO); Toronto    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: canadian
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. started producing radios in 1923. The first set they offered was the rebadged DeForest Everyman Crystal set. The crystal set was a very close copy of the Everyman crystal set right down to the lid label. The company also produced the SC-10 one-tube regenerative receiver with matching two-stage audio amplifier. The last receiver they were known to build was the three-tube Universal Receiving Set.

Trade Name: CITCO

Production: 1923 - 1924
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  23 Head Phones   The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. Citco headphones. Similar in appearance to the Bran... 
CDN  23 CITCO Loud Speaker   The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. Citco Loud Speaker Horn speaker with a 14" aluminum... 
CDN  23 Everyman Radiophone Receiver   The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. sold the re-badged DeForest Everyman Crystal set un... 
CDN  23/24 Regenerative Receiver SC-10   The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. one-tube Type SC-10 Regenerative Receiver. 
CDN  23/24 Two-Step Audio Amplifier S UV201A  The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. matching Two-Step Audio Amplifier for the SC-10 Reg... 
CDN  23 Universal Receiving Set UV201A  The Canadian Independent Telephone Co. Universal Receiving Set three-tube regenerative rec... 

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