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Crosley Radio and Television Ltd.; Toronto and Moffats, Ontario

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Name: Crosley Radio and Television Ltd.; Toronto and Moffats, Ontario    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: crosley-cn
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Crosley Radio and Television Ltd., Toronto and Moffats, Canada, N.Ontario.
In Canada a number of Crosley models were on the market bearing different model names than US models.

See schematics "Radio College of Canada".
Whether of Canadian origin/manufacture or import not yet clarified.

History:
February 1934: Edward S. Rogers Sr. acquires one of his principal competitors, Consolidated Industries. C.I. manufactures DeForest-Crosley Radios in Canada. The DeForest-Crosley brand now becomes managed by Rogers-Majestic and all DeForest-Crosley radios now carry a Rogers-Majestic serial number.

This manufacturer was suggested by Vitor Oliveira.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  39/40 1040A J13 12SA7   
CDN  39/40 1040B J13 12SA7   
CDN  39/40 2640 J13 12SA7   
CDN  39/40 3040 J13 12SA7   
CDN  39/40 B140 1B7   
CDN  39/40 B440 1B7   
CDN  51 D-25 11-120 12BE6  Appears to be the same as the US Crosley model D25. 
CDN  46 B-1464 1R5   
CDN  41/42 12B 6SA7  Schematic is corrected, since in original the base connections for the 5Y4G are nor correc... 
CDN  41/42 12C 6SA7  Schematic is corrected, since in original the base connections for the 5Y4G are nor correc... 
CDN  46/47 B-1465 1T4   
CDN  49 57 6BA6  Canada Supplements. Built in loop antenna. 

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