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Howard Radio Company; Chicago (IL)

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Name: Howard Radio Company; Chicago (IL)    (USA)  
Brand:
Green-Diamond || World Seven
Abbreviation: howard
Products: Model types
Summary:

Howard Radio Company, 451-469 East Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois. In 1925 (Radio Type A) there is a red name (Guaranteed) Howard (Products) Manufacturing Co. Inc. Chicago, Ill. - Trade names Cable-Nelson, Green Diamond, Howard, World Seven.

Production: 1923 - 1948
History:

The primary product for Howard Radio Company, 1731-35 Belmont Avenue, Chicago, Ill. were broadcasting receivers. Howard was also quite well known for it's models for short wave listener, radio amateurs and military. Those models were good looking but never considered as "good". During a W.W.II under a 1942 military contract, Howard manufactured the BC-779 version of the Super Pro SP-200 series for Hammarlund.

The Howard Radio Company held a license from RCA and made the electronics for the big Capeharts until Farnsworth bought the company. Howard has also built communication receivers for Sears (Silvertone) and Hallicrafters. They exported, for instance to Switzerland.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  32 Screen Grid 5G-T 35   
USA  40 B Power Pack 610   The Howard 610 B Power Pack runs off a 6-volt storage battery to deliver 300 VDC to the... 
USA  40 R-Meter 600 6F7  The Howard 600 R Meter is a signal strength meter designed as a plug-in accessory for t... 
USA  25 Fixed Condenser 0.0005 MF    
USA  41/42 437A 6H6  Power Rating 50 Watt 
USA  31 245    
USA  32 20 [var. 2]    
USA  24 Neutrodyne Early [1st generation coils] UV201A  1st generation Howard Neutrodyne receiver circa May 1924. 
USA  36 6    
USA  40 Unknown Table Radio    
USA  36 World Seven    
USA  35 D15    

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

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