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Peerless (tube brand), Titan Miniature Lamp Co.; Bloomfield, NJ

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Name: Peerless (tube brand), Titan Miniature Lamp Co.; Bloomfield, NJ    (USA)  
Abbreviation: peerlesstu
Products: Brand
Summary:

Titan Miniature Lamp Company
281 Glenwood Ave., Bloomfield, N.J.

Tube brand: Peerless

The Peerless brand is shown on page 360 of Tyne's "Saga of the Vacuum Tube" as being made by "Alfred Lopacker - Titan Miniature Lamp Co."

The information presented here applies to the producer of incandescent lamps Titan Miniature Lamp Co. of Boomfield - no other company of that name could be located. There is however a possibility that the company mentioned in Tyne is not identical to the Bloomfield one.

Founded: 1920
History:

The Titan Miniature Lamp Co. was incorporated in 1920/1921 with an initial capital stock of $100,000, by George Anderson, Agnes E. Jackson and D. G. Littell, for the production of electrical lamps and kindred products.

In 1921 the United Lamp Manufacturers' Corp., 44 W. 18th St, Ney York City, has been formed as a common sales and distribution company for the following manufacturers: Acme Lamp Works, Bedford Lamp Works, Bettalyte Inc., Chrystralite Mfg. Co., Continental Lamp Works, Daylight Lamp Works, Paragon Inc., Republic Electric Co., Thomas Brown Co., Titan Miniature Lamp Co. and Union Lamp Co.

This manufacturer was suggested by Fin Stewart.


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