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National Radio; Brisbane

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Name: National Radio; Brisbane    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: nationalb
Products: Model types
Summary:

National Radio; C.C.M. Buildings, Adelaide Street, Brisbane (December 1930)

In August 1925 The Canada Cycle and Motor Agency imported the portable Operadio from the USA. National Radio  is the successor of the radio department of the Canada Cycle and Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd.

Radio newspaper advertisements of the time indicates some models used EMMCO chassis.

Not to be confused with National Radio Adelaide.

Founded: 1930
Closed: 1936
Production: 1930 - 1936
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Gary Cowans.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  32 CCM 3 Console   Advertised in the "Central Queensland Herald" (Rockhampton, Qld.),2 June 1932 for ... 
AUS  25/26 Operadio   This portable radio was manufactured by Operadio Corp; St Charles IL and imported to Au... 
AUS  31 Screen Grid 5 Table    Advertised in the "Central Queensland Herald" (Rockhampton, Qld.), 31 December 19... 
AUS  32 CCM 3 Table   Advertised in the "Central Queensland Herald" (Rockhampton, Qld.),2 June 1932, for ... 
AUS  31 Screen Grid 5 Console   Advertised in the "Central Queensland Herald" (Rockhampton, Qld.), 31 December 1931,for... 

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

Advertisement stating EMMCO chassis are used. From "The Central Queensland Herald" (Rockhampton, Qld.,2 June 1932.tbn_aus_national_ad_1932.jpg
Advertisement for National Radio products from the "South Coast Bulletin", March 6, 1931tbn_aus_national_ad_batteries1931.jpg

  
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