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Bell Radio-Television Corporation

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Name: Bell Radio-Television Corporation    (NZ)  
Abbreviation: bellcorp
Products: Model types
Summary:

Origins of the Bell company go back to 1947 when o'Brien and Stewart started a new company producing portable radios. They were jointed by Mr. A. Bell in 1950. In 1950 production of the Bell Colt Model started (until 1970)and became one of the most sold radios in New Zealand

Founded: 1950
Closed: 1980
Production: 1950 - 1980
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Thiel.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
NZ  55 6P7 DF91  AC/DC/battery portable radio with push-pull output. B battery Eveready 490P. 
NZ  63 General La Fayette 6MA-308 12BE6  Made by Bell Radio-Television Corporation Ltd (NZ) under licence from Yaou Radio Mfg. Co. ... 
NZ  61 Colt 5B61 ECH81   
NZ  67 Colt 5B67 ECH81  This model is the last of the valve Bell Colts. 
NZ  52 Model 1 DF91  5 valve, AC or battery powered superhet with an RF stage. Uses a selenium rectifier of AC ... 
NZ  54 Colt 5B4 ECH81   
NZ  59 Champ ECH81  Permeability tuning. Selenium rectifier. 
NZ  59 General Purpose Oscilloscope ECF80  Small Oscilloscope produced by Bell Radio Television corp. in the late 1950's. Time base 2... 
NZ  60 Colt 5B60 ECH81  Bell (New Zealand) Model Colt 5B60 Known colours: Cream White, Light Green, Burgund... 
NZ  50 Cadet Unk 4 valve AC ECH42  This model was originally sold under the Antone brand.  The cabinet design is the ... 
NZ  67 Belinda 19 (Super 19) TV 202-19 EF183  This 19 inch B&W television tuned the VHF channels standard in New Zealand at the time... 

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