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For model 5-D, Bond Products Co.; Detroit:
ebay Item number: 280358525171
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Bond Products Co.; Detroit
Year: 1934 ?? Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 5: 6A7 6D6 75 43 25Z5
Main principle Superheterodyne (common)
Wave bands Broadcast (MW), Police, sometimes also early TV (75-200m).
Details
Power type and voltage AC/DC-set / 110 Volt
Loudspeaker Electro Magnetic Dynamic LS (moving-coil with field excitation coil)
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: 5-D - Bond Products Co.; Detroit
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel, high profile (upright - NOT Cathedral nor decorative).
Dimensions (WHD) 9.75 x 12.5 x 5.5 inch / 248 x 318 x 140 mm
Notes BC and Police/Amateur band (1600 to 4500 kHz). On the loudspeaker is a stamp: "Model 5-D" and we are not sure if this is for the loudspeaker or for the model or chassis. May be others just call it 5-D, so we use that. We searched for other Bond radios but did not have luck, but we know of the existance of an other set of the same model - also with that stamp.
External source of data Jerry Rolfe, Michigan, USA

Model page created by Meyer Rochwerger. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Bond Products Co.; Detroit
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Bond Products Co.;: 5-D
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Meyer Rochwerger
19.Jun.09
  1

I found today this interesting radio on ebay branded "BOND RADIO CO."  from Detroit.

I've attached a few pictures in order to help it's identification to add to RMORG's records.

Let's do the job. ;

Meyer

 

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Maitiu Standun
19.Jun.09
  2

hello meyer, i wouldent say

it was a mystery set , because according to the plate on the chasis its a gec,

i have to say it resembles the pilot set of that era, beautiful cabinet dont you think ?

no back board , wonder how small children and house pets faired in those days, im sure if thomas albrigth sees this he will enlighten us as to the detail and origin etc , regards maitiu.

Meyer Rochwerger
19.Jun.09
  3

Hi Maitiu,

Indeed it is a very beautiful set !!

About the lack of the back cover note that in early radio days almost all of the american manufactureers did not mind  to protect the insides of their sets with a back cover.

Nowadays that matter would generate tons of legal processes.

I dont think that is a GE chassis. The label mention only the licences given by RCA, GE and Westinghouse for using their proprietery patents.

Regards,

Meyer

Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
19.Jun.09
  4

Hi Meyer,

Would You please provide the tube lineup and the wavebands. And a dial photo without reflex might be helpful, too.

Regards,
Kobi

Ernst Erb
19.Jun.09
  5

Dear Meyer
How nice to have found this not very known radio. Please bring in the model - you find Bond Radio Procucts Co. here.

I also wonder about the tubes ... 2 x 2A5 or single - or something quite different ...
maybe the model has to be "unknown" until we understand more ...

Meyer Rochwerger
19.Jun.09
  6

Hello Konrad,

Here's attached the dial picture.

Regards,

Meyer

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Meyer Rochwerger
19.Jun.09
  7

Hi Ernest,

I follow your advice and allready propose the model as "UNkOWN".

Take a look at the speaker picture.

It has a marking that says "Model 5-D"

Regards,

Meyer

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Maitiu Standun
19.Jun.09
  8

hi meyer, the serial no on the speaker is more than likely just that, [the speaker code].

do you actually have this radio in your possession??

if so, could you send the numbers on the tubes [valves],

if not could you find out from the vendor on ebay what the line up is .

best regards maitiu.

 

Meyer Rochwerger
20.Jun.09
  9

Hello Maitiu,

The auction has ended !! So, we can't contact the seller to ask for details.

The auction # is: 280358525171

Regards,

Meyer

 

Ernst Erb
21.Jun.09
  10

Dear Meyer - and other readers:
As somebody who did eBay "business" one still sees the eMail address.
Wrote to the seller and got a reply with his telephone number.

I asked him now about the tubes. He told me the 43 (Tung-Sol) and the 25Z5 (Kenrad) but wanted only to take the ones out which are shielded if I'm really interested in a buy. I told him that the freight would be too expensive to Switzerland but that I might find a buyer in the USA. He gave me the size of the set as 9 3/4 " wide, 13 " high and 5.5 " deep.

I think it went for 70 $ - and I don't know if it is worth much more or not at all. He has sold it to a friend who could step aside ... Who ist interested in it? I should know fast ...

If a guest is really interested, he/she can send a contact form and tic the last item.

Ernst Erb
22.Jun.09
  11

The seller, Jerry Rolfe was so nice to give us the tube line up:
6A7, 6D6, 75, 43 and 25Z5. The measurements I left because 9 3/4 x 13 x 5.5 " is about the same as is on the model page.

Jerry lives in South Burton, Michigan 48509. Who is interested in this set please? In South Burton we have no member but within Zip code 48.... there are 20 members. I will write them an eMail, telling the address of the seller.

 
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