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Ware Mfg. Corporation (Ware Radio Corp.); New York NY

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Name: Ware Mfg. Corporation (Ware Radio Corp.); New York NY    (USA)  
Brand:
Music Master
Abbreviation: ware
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Ware Radio Corp. (Ware Manufacturing Corp.); 529-549 West 42nd Street, New York - Trade names Bantham, Music Master, Ware.
Exports to Switzerland.

Early 1925 contracts with Music Master called for delivery of 40,000 of a $50 model. But RCA sued Ware over the Rice and Hartley neutralization patents. Contracted deliveries could not be made, and the seven-tube set did not work. Music Master cancelled the contract.
Ware dumped 15000 sets to Gimbels.

Founded: 1922
History:

Established in 1922, Paul Ware's company shut down on Dec.12,1925.
Petitioned in receivership he reopened with a 35-man skeleton force, then closed down completely and the assets were auctioned in Sept.1926.
Paul Ware opened a new firm in 1929, which again failed.
In about 1955 he formed Ware Marine Products and made autopilot systems until his death in Nov.1970.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  31 SBB 51   
USA  31 SB-8 51   
USA  30 10   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  25 Music Master [4 tube]    
USA  30 5MW   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  30 7 tubes SG   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  30 Music Master [7 tube]    
USA  29 Bantam Ampico B1   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  29 BantamAmpico B2   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  30 Byron   One dial (primary tuning control knob) 
USA  31 S-1 S1 24  Push-pull af output stage; unknown rectifier circuit. 
USA  30 SB-45 24   

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

Sunday November 23, 1924, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Newspaper page 41tbn_usa_ware_tu_the_brooklyn_daily_eagle_sun_nov_23_1924.jpg

  
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