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Mullard Radio Company (Australia) Ltd.; Sydney

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Name: Mullard Radio Company (Australia) Ltd.; Sydney    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: mullard
Products: Model types Tube manufacturer

Mullard Radio Company (Australia) Ltd.
35 Clarence Street, Sydney (1932)

Associated with Mullard London. Known as manufacturer of radios and tubes. Mullard radios sold in Australia from 1937 to 1939 were made by Airzone 1931 Ltd and from 1939 (there is some overlap) to 1954 by Philips Australia. The Mullard name was discontinued for radios after 1954. 

Production: 1935 - 1954

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  35 Master Unit Mark 2   This, like the Mark 1, was a unit designed to fit into an existing cabinet, discarding the... 
AUS  38 96 6U7G   
AUS  39 87 EK2G   
AUS  47 Meteor 600A ECH35  Colours available: Ebony, Rosewood, Ivory, Walnut & Blue. This model is identical t... 
AUS  49 MAS1000B ECH35  Cabinet colours: Walnut, Mahogany & Ebony with Ice Blue dial glass. Blue & Green w... 
AUS  49 MAS1000A ECH35  Cabinet colours: Walnut, Mahogany & Ebony with Ice Blue dial glass. Blue & Green w... 
AUS  54/55 MAS 1002A 6AN7  MULLARD Model MAS 1002A is a 4 valve AC powered MW band superheterodyne receiver. This dif... 
AUS  45 160A 1D5GP  This model uses a synchronous vibrator power unit. 
AUS  46 88 6J8G  As well as the normal short wave range of 6 to 18 MHz, this model has two band spread r... 
AUS  46 162 1D5G  This model could be powered from a 2 volt accumulator and three 45 volt dry batteries o... 
AUS  52 MABS1052 1T4  This model has an aluminium case with bakelite end plates. 
AUS  39 86 EK2G   


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

Mullard Master range of radios from 1937.tbn_aus_mullard_1937_magazine_advert.jpg
Mullard Australia Tube advertisement from "West Australian Wireless News" magazine 1932tbn_aus_mullard_1932_tube_advert.jpg