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History of the manufacturer  

Lotus Radio, Garnett Whiteley & Co.; Liverpool

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Name: Lotus Radio, Garnett Whiteley & Co.; Liverpool    (GB)  
Abbreviation: lotus
Products: Model types

Garnett, Whiteley & Co., Ltd.
Lotus Works, Boardgreen Road, Liverpool (1929)

Brand: Lotus

Lotus Radio Ltd.
Lotus Works, Mill Lane, Liverpool (1932)

Lotus was a brand used by Garnett Whiteley and Co for their radio components.

The name of the company changed to Lotus Radio Ltd. approximately in 1932. In June 1933 a company meeting at the Common Hall in Liverpool was held to appoint an additional liquidator. The company however still produced radios after this point.



This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  30 All Mains Unit    
GB  29/30 3 valve SGP (Battery) S22  This battery operated version of the 3 Valve SGP (All Electric) has an additional knob ben... 
GB  32 Band-Pass Three unknown_Tube  3 valve receiver with band-pass input filter. Uses variable-mu HF valve, tuned anode HF co... 
GB  32 Four-Valve AC Receiver VM4V  Self-contained AC receiver with either external antenna-earth system or internal or mai... 
GB  26 Coil Holder, single   Ebonite single coil holder for baseboard mount. 
GB  35 unknown    
GB  29/30 3 Valve SGP (All Electric) S4VB  This AC mains version of the 3 Valve SGP (Battery) has only two knobs on the front (no rhe... 
GB  23 Differential Condenser 0,0003 µF   Lotus Differential Condenser 0.0003 mfd (300 pF). 
GB  99 Doublet with ID=189731    
GB  35 66 S2034N   
GB  33 Lotus Double Pentode Universal 33    
GB  32 Bud, AC 2valve all electric radio 904V  Metal rectifier. Simple set for local reception.