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American Compact Radio; Anvers, Brussels

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Name: American Compact Radio; Anvers, Brussels    (B)  
Abbreviation: american-c
Products: Model types
Summary:

American Compact Radio
41 Rue Bex, Anvers (ca. 1934)
85a Rue Léon-Théodore Jette, Bruxelles (1950)
232 Rue du Trone, Bruxelles (1957)

A few radios are known, probably imported and modified or produced for the European market.

After the war, American Compact Radio was an importer and exporter of electrical equipment and houseghold appliances.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Mark Hippenstiel.


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

Postcard with two sets.tbn_b_american_compact_radio.jpg
"Hetro" radiotbn_b_acr_hetro_image.jpg

  
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