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Casselman, Méchanique-Electricité; Brugge

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Name: Casselman, Méchanique-Electricité; Brugge    (B)  
Abbreviation: cassel
Products: Model types
Summary:

L. Casselman, Méchanique-Electricité

Ghistelschen Steenweg 118H, Sint Andries
Julius en Maurits Sabbestraat 28, Brugge (as from approx. 1933)
Genthof 14, Brugge (as from December 1934).

Brand name: Cassel.

Leon Andreas Casselman (born in 1988 in Oosterkerke), teacher by profession, founded his company in February 1930 in Sint Andries, close to the city of Brugge. Later on he moved to Brugge.

He constructed radios and radio parts.

After WW II he started his own production of jukeboxes.

Leon Casselman died in September 1971, but the business was continued until approx. 1985.

Founded: 1930
Closed: 1985
Production: 1930 - 1954
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Gidi Verheijen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
46 Serie S55B 6K8GT   

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

Company emblem.tbn_b_cassel_emblem01.jpg
Cassel radios and jukeboxes in watercolors, artwork by Walter Casselman, son of founder Leon Casselman.tbn_b_cassel_radio_watercolors.jpg

  
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