Lafayette Radio Catalog 1931 "Bigger Profits"

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Lafayette Radio Catalog 1931 "Bigger Profits" 
11.Nov.09 23:46

Ernst Erb (CH)
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Klick here for "all" Lafayette models.
Use the "Advanced search" for limiting by years - to get the later models.

Lafayette is known as a mail-order catalog business with sales outlets in different cities.See company description and the text about these catalogs.

See also the next main catalog, the Lafayette Radio Catalog 1932, 10th Anniversary without number (for the season 1931/32) and the main catalog before, Lafayette Radio Catalog 1931 also without number - for season 1930/31.

There is also a 1931 Spring-Summer Radio Catalog - similar like this one.



Lafayette Radio Catalog 1931
"Bigger Profits for Dealers & Servicemen".
32 pages, size 287 x 210 mm. Copyright 1931.

Content of this catalog:
Page 2: "Super Midget" (6 tubes, push-pull 245, $ 29.50 + tubes $ 4.74), and "Midget" (6 tubes: 4x 224, 245, 280 for $ 24.95 + tubes $ 5.13 as cheapest offer).

Page 3: "Consolette 425" (probably same chassis as "Midget"), Radio-Phono-Combination no. 7000.

Page 4: Colonial Radio receivers "The Princewss", "The Mayflower" and "The Windsor". RCA Radiola 67 and Lafayette D.C. Mantel Receiver (3 x 232, 2x 231, 230)

Page 5: Kolster 8 tube chassis 1931, 4 cabinets only.

Page 6: Chassis no. 5000 (3 x 224, 227, 2 x 245, 280), Console model 45M.

Page 7: Majestic model 52, 91, 131 and 102 (all consoles).

Page 8 and 9 = tubes, followed by replacement parts for different brands (5 pages). Condensers, Resistances, different parts and replacement parts, Aerial kits, Batteries, Eliminators, Chargers, Instruments, Microphones, Amplifiers etc. - followed on page 25 by Electric Clocks, electrical appliances, Loudspeakers, on page 29 also Philmore Crystal Receivers, Phones, Presto Home Recorder, Books, 9-tube Superhet.-chassis, PAM Address System, "Tam" Tuner (page 31).    
I link this thread to each model from this catalog.
We then have a common text for each model in this catalog and can inform about the specific model year etc. We then don't have to change on each model if we find something new or an error etc.

This is still in process: After having entered the models for the pre war catalogs we will give an overview about this catalog here.

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