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Help for identification of radio console

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Georges Van Campenhout
 
 
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30.Mar.19 18:58
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Goor evening radio lovers,

who can help in the identification of this radio console?

Th only tube with readable type number is the rectidier PV495

Thank you

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Garrett Walsh
 
 
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30.Mar.19 19:23
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Hello,     What I see so far is your console looks like a radio from England made in the 30's or 40's. But more pictures are needed especially the rear part of the radio and a close picture of the dial. Also look for any labels or numbers stamped on the chassis or on the inside of the cabinet. If there is a back cover there should be a license or tax number if it is a British radiio. Another clue would be the plug for the power cord. English radios ran on 220-240 volts. Hope this helps

Bernhard Nagel
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31.Mar.19 00:20
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Most probably your console radio is this model: Schaub Bristol W from 1931/32. A similar model can be found here: Windsor W, which has a record player in the top.

Please load your pictures in high resolution to Bristol W since most of the present pictures there are of bad quality or too small.

Thank you.

  
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