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History of the manufacturer  

Aerodyne Radio, Hustler Simpson & Webb Ltd.; London

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Name: Aerodyne Radio, Hustler Simpson & Webb Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: aerodyne
Products: Model types

Hustler, Simpson & Webb, Ltd.
55-57 Tanner St., London SE1 (1930)
317 Hoe St., Walhamstow, London E17 (1932)
Aerodyne Works, Hoe St., Walthamstow, London E17 (1933)

Brand: Aerodyne-Radio

Aerodyne Radio Ltd.
Aerodyne Works, Walthamstow, London E17


This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  30 Two-Valve Battery Set   Two valves, a detector, with reaction and an output stage. Waveband switching 250 - 500 m ... 
GB  32/33 Mains Two D.C.   Speaker field (120 ohms) forms part of mains potential divider. Walnut cabinet. Price: ... 
GB  32/33 Mains Two A.C.   Westinghouse rectifier, Rola moving coil loudspeaker. Walnut cabinet. Price: 10 guineas 
GB  31–35 Table Radiogram MM4V   
GB  31–35 Wren VP2   
GB  31–35 VM Battery 3SG VP2   
GB  31–35 Falcon PM12A   
GB  31–35 Blackbird PM12M   
GB  31–35 Kingfisher [Universal model] VP13A  There is also a Kingfisher ac only model. This model has the same chassis as the Curlew m... 
GB  31–35 Wren de Luxe VP2   
GB  31–35 Swallow -SW PM12  Not to be confused with the ac mains "Swallow" 
GB  31–35 Kestrel PM1HL   


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

Aerodyne 1933 foldertbn_uk_aerodyne_1932.jpg
Aerodyne Swan, circa 1934. AC Mains 3 valve plus rectifier TRF, medium and long wave.tbn_aerodyne.gif