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Radiofon-Radiofabrikk, A/S; Bergen

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Name: Radiofon-Radiofabrikk, A/S; Bergen    (N)  
Abbreviation: radiofon
Products: Model types
Summary:

A/S Radiofon-Radiofabrikk, Bergen.

Founded: 1945
Closed: 1952
Production: 1946 -
History:
Leif Minde started Radiofon A / S just after the war. Radiofon A/S started it's radioproduction in an old barrack built by the Germans during World War ll, in Løbergsveien 91x in Solheim, Bergen, Norway.
 
As far as we know, the factory sold radios from 1946. The radio-market in Norway was escalating at this point. Many of the radios confiscated from Norwegian families by Gestapo, had disappeared. In Bergen there were Ola Radio and Radiofon radiofactories.  
 
In the center of Bergen the company had a division for marine equipment as well, and many of the small producers were unable to follow new technology. Radiofon A/S ended as a company in 1952 and was not existing anymore in 1953.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
40 Battery Radio unknown    
48 C-1F EF39  Loudspeaker: Tandberg type 165 
51 Stjernesuper A4 ECH35   
49/50 BK-1 DK40   
51 BK-2V DK40   
47 A-2 ECH33   
46 A-1 ECH35   
49/50 A-3 ECH35  Includes Marineband 1600 - 4200 kHz. 
48/49 C-1 EF39   
50 Lokalmottaker "Kon-rad" A-187 EBF32  Only LW-band tuned to only one station who was in Bergen. 
50/51 RGC 1 EF39   

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